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Corpse Of Warrant’s Jani Lane Discovered


The lead singer of the American metal band Warrant, Jani Lane, was found dead in a hotel room in Los Angeles Thursday night. To be specific, he was found inside Comfort Inn in Woodland Hills. The cause of death has not been released yet by the authorities.

Lane has been involved in several alcohol-related arrests which includes a misdemeanor DUI after crashing into a parked car last 2009 that placed him in a 3 years probation. In 2010, he was again arrested for the same crime and stayed behind the bars for 120 days.

Lane became part of Warrant wayback 1986 replacing the first vocalist Adam Shore together with drummer Steven “Sweet” Chamberlin. Aside from being the lead vocalist, Lane also became the band’s frontman, lyricist and main songwriter. His major contributions in band includes the 3 hits “Heaven,” “Down Boys” and “Sometimes She Cries” for their debut album Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich. He also made “Cherry Pie,” “I Saw Red,” and “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” for the second album Cherrie Pie. Both albums made it bigtime in the The Billboard 200 in which they became part of the top 10. He left the band permanently in 2008 because of business disagreements and finally decided to pursue a solo career. He continued playing his compositions and writing for other artists.

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