JANI LANE, BOBBY BLOTZER Join Forces In ANGEL CITY OUTLAWS: Audio Available

Former WARRANT frontman Jani Lane has taken a little side step and has recorded some new rock tunes under the moniker ANGEL CITY OUTLAWS. RATT drummer Bobby Blotzer and a few other '80s-era rockers are part of the band. Samples of three songs — "Serial Killer", "Bruised", and "Exit" — can be heard on www.myspace.com/janilane.

As previously reported, Lane's "Back Down to One" solo album, which was originally released in June 2003 via Z Records, was recently reissued with three extra tracks. Jani is also looking for a suitable label to release his "Jabberwocky" project, which was bootlegged from the studio before it was finished and mixed and was eventually sold for upwards of $100 on eBay a few years ago.

Lane is working on material for a new solo record. No further information is currently available.

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