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Jani Lane - Dead at 47

Doghart

Well-Known Member
Wow, only 47. I guess that's old in the world of Rock n Roll. (Unless you're the Rolling Stones).

D
 

Randy

Well-Known Member
Famous
Sad, very sad.

Although Warrant was not one of my favorite badns of that era/ genre I was a fan. I have seen them in concert 3 or 4 times and they certainly had an impact on the music of that time.

RIP Jani Lane.
 

mzpro5

Well-Known Member
Famous
Doghart said:
Wow, only 47. I guess that's old in the world of Rock n Roll. (Unless you're the Rolling Stones).

D
And here I thought the age for dying rock/pop stars was 27.

Brian Jones
Janis Joplin
Jimi Hendrix
Jim Morrison
Kurt Cobain
Amy Winehouse.
 

Kazaam

Well-Known Member
Zing said:
47 is the new 27.
How wrong is it that I chucked just a little bit when I read that?

That said, I always kind of liked some of Warrants tunes---secretly, that is. They weren't as cool as GNR or even Skid Row. And certainly they were laughable once grunge-rock came along. (I wouldn't have been caught listening to their music for many years due to this.) But at least they were better than Winger. And I'll always have a soft spot in my heart for "Down Boys", "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and, heck, even the acoustic version of "I Saw Red', because honestly who doesn't enjoy a good power ballad? May your soul be at peace, Jani Lane.
 
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