The Metal Den is claiming to have unearthed never-before-seen footage of Randy Rhoads performing with Quiet Riot.
The site says that the video was shot by an audience member during a show at The Starwood in West Hollywood on October 25, 1979.
The footage shows Rhoads delivering an extended solo on his legendary Les Paul. But, some are doubting the authenticity of the video's audio track. Check out the video below and decide for yourself.
Only months following this performance, Rhoads would team with Ozzy Osbourne to make the classic heavy metal album, Blizzard of Oz.
That disc, along with his subsequent work on Osbourne's Diary Of A Madman, secured Rhoads' place as one of rock's greatest-ever six-stringers.
Rhoads, who lost his life in a plane crash in 1982, would have celebrated his 54th birthday on December 6.
Thanks for the report to Russell Hall, Gibson.com.