In 1990, the Warrant video for 'Cherry Pie' was virtually inescapable, but who would want to escape it when you had such stunning eye candy as Bobbie Brown to look at. The bright red top, the short shorts and Brown's seductive moves just burned up the boob tube. But where is she now?
It was the 69th episode of 'That Metal Show' and it was teeming with '80s legends like the late Jani Lane, Faster Pussycat's Taime Downe and Stryper's Michael Sweet. In normal circumstances, these guests, who celebrated and recalled the Sunset Strip, would remind fans and viewers of the '80s glam rock heyday, but given Lane's untimely passing on Aug. 11, it was a bittersweet and unintentional fare
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.
More details surrounding the investigation into the death of Warrant singer Jani Lane have been made available in the past day or so. First, an autopsy performed on the singer, 47, was inconclusive, according to the L.A. Times. It did not reveal the cause of death and the results of the toxicology report won't be returned for at least a month-and-a-half, if not longer.
Following the news of former Warrant singer Jani Lane's death yesterday (Aug. 11), TMZ is now reporting that vodka and pills were found in the Comfort Inn hotel room where the rocker was found dead at the age of 47. died yesterday (Aug. 11).
After news of the tragic death of former Warrant singer broke late Thursday, fellow rockers such as ex-Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash, Motley Crue/Sixx: A.M. bassist Nikki Sixx and others took to their Twitter accounts to mourn his loss.
Jani Lane, who shot to fame in the '80s as the singer of the rock band Warrant, was found dead at a hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday night. TMZ reports that Lane's body was discovered at a Comfort Inn hotel located in Woodland Hills, CA, which is just outside of Los Angeles. As of now, the official cause of death has not been released by authorities.
Just $2 for the first minute, 45 cents each additional minute?! Hard to beat a bargain like the Warrant 900 number, which promised fans “the latest on tours, videos … and what town we blew up last.” It’s crazy to think that what Facebook and a couple Twitter posts these days offer for free used to cost your allowance money for a week. We wonder what made the...