Late rocker Jani Lane, who was found dead in a hotel room at the age of 47 on Aug. 11, will be memorialized at a tribute concert in Hollywood, Calif., on Aug. 29. Great White, Quiet Riot and L.A. Guns are among the acts that will perform in honor of the former Warrant singer.

The concert will also feature performances by Enuff Z'Nuff and Slammin' Gladys, as well as special appearances by "many other guest stars." It will take place at the Key Club, and 300 free tickets will be given away starting at 10AM on the morning of the show.

Lane's body was discovered in a Comfort Inn hotel room in Woodland Hills, Calif., reportedly along with a half-empty bottle of vodka and a number of prescription pills. An autopsy proved to be inconclusive, and it will take several weeks before toxicology reports come back.

Lane's last known interview, an appearance on VH1 Classic's 'That Metal Show,' will be broadcast Aug. 27. See our interview with the program's host, Eddie Trunk, in which he talks about Lane's appearance.

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