The original members of eighties rockers WARRANT are to perform together again for the first time in 14 years.
Singer Jani Lane confirmed the reunion plans in a statement on Saturday (05Apr08).
The group will play in Nashville, Tennessee on 17 May (08) before launching a string of U.S. dates with Cinderella and Lynch Mob.
Lane says, "I encourage all the 'die-hards' to do your best to be at one of these very special, dare I say it, historical shows."
The reunion shows follow three years where drummer Steven Sweet and guitarist Joey Allen have toured as Warrant without Lane.
Sweet says, "It brings back a lot of memories... It's like a new old thing again."
Sweet admits the trio is working on "new ideas" to possibly record an album of new material.
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