WARRANT: Drummer STEVEN SWEET Rejoins The Fold

WARRANT have kicked out drummer Mike "The Sack" Fasano and have replaced him with returning skinsman Steven Sweet. This surprising announcement comes on the heels of the recent addition of frontman Jaime St. James (of BLACK 'N BLUE fame). "The members of WARRANT are charged up and looking forward to an exciting future that is sure to include touring and recording," reads a post on the band's web site. "WARRANT fans will be thrilled hearing songs from the first three records, 'Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich', 'Cherry Pie' and 'Dog Eat Dog'. Songs that have not been heard live in 10 years. With Steven Sweet's return, WARRANT has bid farewell to their friend and brother Mike (The Sack) Fasano. The band wishes him nothing but the best of happiness and success in the future."


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