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Warrant was formed in 1984 when Erik Turner set out to create his own rock group I July 1984. The group started to come together with the lineup of Turner on guitar, Jerry Dixon on bass, Max Asher on drums, Josh Lewis on guitar, and Adam Shore as the lead singer. Warrant played for a couple of years failing to find any success-no record deals were offered, no tickets were really sold because of them- the group overhauled the lineup. Jani Lane replaced Shore as lead singer, Steven chamberlain replaced Asher on the drums, and Joey Allen replaced Lewis on guitar.

The change immediately helped the group. Jami Lane brought the songwriting that launched the group in addition to his voice. Warrant had a brief swing of success, almost signing with A&M Records in 1987, but they ended up passing and Columbia Records ended up signing the popular L.A. Club rock group. Warrant's first album, Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich, introduced the world to their popular singles "Heaven", "Sometimes She Cries", and "Down Boys". Warrant joined Queensryche, Cinderella, Poison, and Motley Crue after the release of the album, and glam rock fans with tickets were treated to monster ballads.
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Mar 23 Fri 8:00 PM Warrant & Jack Russell's Great White Hard Rock Rocksino - Northfield Park
Northfield, OH
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Mar 24 Sat 7:00 PM Warrant 20 Monroe Live
Grand Rapids, MI
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Mar 29 Thu 7:30 PM Warrant Arcada Theatre
Saint Charles, IL
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Mar 30 Fri 8:00 PM Warrant Crystal Grand Music Theatre
Lake Delton, WI
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Apr 6 Fri 8:00 PM Warrant & Great White The Vine at Del Lago Resort
Waterloo, NY
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Warrant's second album was released in 1990 and the title track, Cherry Pie, became an instant rock classic. The group toured shortly with David Lee Roth in Europe before headlining the "Blood, Sweat And Beers" tour. The tickets included FireHouse and Trixter as supporting acts. In 1992 Jami lane left Warrant and the group after Dog Eat Dog failed to reach platinum status. Columbia Records dropped Warrant from its label. Unable to consistently sell albums or tickets, the group was constantly changing lineups throughout the ‘90s.

Throughout all the changes the group has endured and the change in music from its glam rock start the group has survived. The 21st century has seen Warrant play with several groups for the ‘80s, like Poison and Cinderella. The latest reincarnation of the group reunites Jani Lane, Erik Turner, Joey Allen, Jerry Dixon, and Steven Sweet. They will tour again, bringing their melodic rock classics with them to all who buy tickets to see Warrant rock the stage again.
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