Saints of the Underground
From: United States
Last Known Status: Active
Saints of the Underground is a venture created by Ratt drummer Bobby Blotzer and Alice Cooper guitarist Keri Kelli. Other members are former Warrant vocalist Jani Lane and Ratt bassist Robbie Crane.
The group originally played together for fun in their spare time away from their respective bands, and eventually decided to join efforts to create Saints of the Underground. Combining covers, previously unreleased independent singles, and new tracks written by Lane and Kelli, they released their first album, "Love The Sin, Hate The Sinner," in 2008.
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Former Warrant vocalist Jani Lane was reprtedly found dead at the Comfort Inn hotel in Woodland Hills, California yesterday evening (August 11th.) He was only 47 years old. So far, no cause of death has been confirmed. More information will be revealed as soon as it becomes available.
Lane was born in Akron, Ohio and would find fame singing with Warrant, with whom he recorded seven albums, before releasing a solo album entitled, "Back Down To One." He also had stints with the bands Saints Of The Underground and Great White, who helped out by performing as a touring vocalist while their singer Jack Russell was ill.
On Thursday, June 26, Saints Of The Underground's Keri Kelli will be on Alice Cooper's syndicated radio show, "Nights With Alice Cooper." You can find out where to catch the show on this site.
Saints Of The Underground's debut album, "Love The Sin, Hate The Sinner" is in stores now.
Saints of the Underground, featuring multi-platinum musicians Bobby Blotzer (Ratt) on drums and Keri Kelli (Alice Cooper) on lead guitar recruiting Jani Lane (Ex-Warrant) on vocals and Robbie Crane (Ratt) on bass, are preapring their debut album, "Love The Sin, Hate The Sinner," for an April 22nd release.
The Saints of the Underground formed in 2006, starting out as four guys playing cover tunes and having a good time, but over time the chemistry between them grew. The band naturally evolved into a creative partnership and new songs emerged. The band entered into Blotzer's Studio (for drums & bass), diamondrecordingstudio.com, and Kelli's studio (for guitar & vocals) capturing an array of original material. The result is their debut CD, "Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner," written and produced by Jani, Bobby, and Keri; mixed by legendary Producer/Engineer Andy Johns, who has worked with greats such as the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin.
"Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner" will be released April 22nd on Warrior Records, distributed via Universal Music Group Distribution.