WARRANT: Footage Of Nashville Concert Available On YouTube

May 20, 2008

Fan-filmed video footage of WARRANT's first concert in 14 years with the band's classic lineup, which took place this past Saturday (May 17) at the Wildhorse in Nashville, can be viewed below (courtesy of Jennifer of 80's Hairband World).

The group's setlist was as follows:

01. Down Boys
03. All My Bridges Are Burning
04. Sure Feels Good To Me
05. 32 Pennies
06. Heaven
07. Bed Of Roses
08. Hole In My Wall
09. Mr Rainmaker
10. I Saw Red
11. Song & Dance Man
12. Machine Gun
13. Uncle Tom's Cabin
14. Big Talk
15. Cherry Pie

Regarding how it feels performing with singer Jani Lane once again, drummer Steven Sweet recently told the Artisan News Service, "It's freaking bizarre." Guitarist Joey Allen added, "It's like a time warp." Sweet continued, "It brings back a lot of memories obviously. Joey and I have been back in the band for the last three years without Jani, so it's like a new old thing again."

Asked if the band has plans of getting back into the studio together to write new material, Sweet said, "Not immediately, but we're already working on new ideas and probably by the end of the year, once things slow down with travel, that we'll get back in and start putting some things down."

Watch video footage of Joey Allen and Steven Sweet talking about the reunion with Jani Lane at the Artisan News Service.

WARRANT will hit the road this summer with CINDERELLA and LYNCH MOB. They will also appear at the Rocklahoma festival on July 12 at the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds, four miles north of Pryor, Oklahoma.

(Thanks: Andrew a.k.a. The Space Lord / Jennifer of 80's Hairband World)

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