An investigation by the Los Angeles County coroner's office has concluded that "acute ethanol poisoning" killed former Warrant singer Jani Lane, law enforcement sources tell TMZ.com. Lane was found dead in a hotel room in Woodland Hills, Calif., on Aug. 11. He was 47 years old.
Jani Lane's final major TV interview aired on Saturday night's episode of 'That Metal Show' on VH1 Classic. The episode was taped earlier this year and was initially slated to air later this season, but Lane's unexpected death on Aug. 11 caused producers to push the episode up by several weeks...
Audio from the 911 call reporting the discovery of former Warrant singer Jani Lane's body was released today. The singer was found dead on Aug. 11 in a California hotel room, with an overdose of pills and vodka suspected as the cause of his demise.
The tale of Jani Lane’s last hours takes another sad turn with the news of a mysterious note that was discovered with his lifeless body. The Warrant singer was found dead in a California hotel room on Aug. 11, with an overdose of pills and vodka suspected as the cause.
A tribute concert celebrating the life of former Warrant lead singer Jani Lane will take place in Hollywood, Calif. on Aug. 29 and feature Great White, Quiet Riot, L.A. Guns and "many other guest stars.'
Former Warrant singer Jani Lane was reportedly bouncing from hotel to hotel in the months before his Thursday death, often leaving a trail of destroyed rooms in his wake. This account comes as details continue trickling in about the untimely demise of the singer, who was found dead in a California Comfort Inn last week.
When former Warrant singer Jani Lane recently taped an episode of ‘That Metal Show,' nobody would have guessed that it would be his last major interview. Sadly, the singer was found dead at a hotel in California on Thursday (Aug. 11). As a result, the episode featuring Lane has now been bumped up to air on Aug. 27.