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Heather Dubrow’s Daughter Max Pays Tribute To Late Uncle As She Performs With Quiet Riot!

Heather Dubrow's 13-year-old daughter Max Dubrow recently paid tribute to her late uncle, Kevin Dubrow, who was the lead singer of the legendary rock band Quiet Riot until he died in 2007. The Real Housewives of Orange County daughter performed with the band at Whisky-A-Go-Go in Hollywood over the weekend.

“[Drummer] Frankie Banali and James Durbin, who's the new lead singer of Quiet Riot, and who may remember from American Idol … came on my podcast,” Heather told Entertainment Tonight. “We were talking and hanging out … and then we started talking about it, and Frankie said, 'Is Max still singing?' And I said, yes. And he said, 'Would she ever want to perform with us?' And I went, 'Yeah! That sounds pretty awesome.’”

Terry and Heather have stayed close with Frankie, Kevin’s best friend. Max’s performance with the band actually came 10 years to the date of his death.

“I'm gonna be singing, kinda like what he was doing,” said Max.

“It's a little bittersweet,” Heather notes. “But I know Kevin would be super proud.”

Max took on the band’s most famous hit, “Cum on Feel the Noize,” though she admits she was only slightly familiar with the song ahead of her rehearsal.

“I was gonna sing it at a show for my school, but then it got canceled,” she notes. “So I kinda knew it. Had to work on it a bit.”

Despite having talent in music, Max isn’t sure a music career is in her future. She says she’s actually interested in medicine, like her dad.

“Is that so funny?” Heather, an actress and singer in her own right, asks. “I am of the musical background, and, of course, Terry's brother, and Terry's a doctor, so she likes both. So, she really is an amalgam of the two of us. So, I said, OK. She'll be a singing doctor.”

Even with a musical background, Heather revealed that she didn’t offer any advice to Max about her big night -- even though Max asked her if she had any!

“As controlling as I am, and you know I'm a little controlling -- that’s a total understatement,” Heather says. “But when it comes to stuff like this, I believe in her. She's fun and talented and amazing, and all I said to her was, have fun! 'Cause that's all it's about. It's a cool life experience and just have fun and kill it.”

“What I've noticed about my kids is, they're mostly dabblers,” she adds. “Which is completely fine with me. All I care about is that they're happy and lucky, and healthy. Happy, lucky, healthy. That's all.”

Heather took to Instagram to gush about her daughter's performance. "SO PROUD OF YOU @maxdubrow ! You killed it!," wrote the proud mom.

SourcePhoto Credit: Heather Dubrow via ET