WARRANT Guitarist Comments On Rumors He Didn't Play On First Two Albums

Saviours Of Rock recently conducted an interview with WARRANT guitarist Erik Turner. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow:

Saviours Of Rock: What about the next album?

Turner: "We are in live show mode right now, but we have some new song ideas flowing."

Saviours Of Rock: It must have been hard to replace someone like Jani, but things seem to have turned out well for you guys?

Turner: "It’s always a bummer when band members come and go, but you have to roll with the changes."

Saviours Of Rock: What would you say to people that say a WARRANT reunion [with Jani] is inevitable soon enough?

Turner: "I keep hoping the original VAN HALEN will get back together!! (winks)"

Saviours Of Rock: You had the DVD out this year too?

Turner: "The DVD turned out very cool and entertaining, check it out!"

Saviours Of Rock: It was always rumoured (and still is on Wikipedia!) that you played little to no guitar on the first two albums, if any?

Turner: "I played my rhythm guitar parts on every song, so did Joey. We also played solos. Beau Hill [producer] brought in Mike Slamer to play some solos too."

Read the entire interview at this location.


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