On Thursday, the police found the dead body of rocker Jani Lane in a room he had rented at a Comfort Inn in Woodland Hills, California. The causes of death are yet unknown, Associated Press reports. The singer was known to have a problem with alcohol for year.
Rocker Jani lane, who has been playing in the heavy metal band for almost two and a half decades, passed away in his room at a Comfort Inn in California. He was only 47 years old. The police officials who came at the scene were not able to offer too much information to the media. Up to this moment, the cause and the circumstances of the music star’s death are unknown. The police investigation is still on the roll.
Jani Lane, whose real name is John Kennedy Oswald, left behind a wife and four children from two previous marriages: Taylar, (whose mother is model Bobbie Brown), Brittany, Madison and Ryan. His third wife is named Kimberly, according to his Twitter account.
Lane has joined Warrant back in 1984. He wrote some of the band’s greatest hits: “Heaven,” “Down Boys” and “Cherry Pie”. His first wife, fashion model Bobbie Brown appeared in the video of “Cherry Pie”. The singer became rapidly known for his lack of steadiness in both career and private life. He quit the band several times and then returned, until 2008, when he said goodbye to it forever. In 2005, he had gained a significant extra weight and participated in the show “Celebrity Fit Club”, season 2. In 2010 he toured with the band Grand White, replacing their lead singer, Jack Russell, who was recovering from a medical intervention after suffering internal complications. The same year, his alcohol abuse led him to a charge of DUI and 120 in jail.
Since the report of the rock star’s death, fans and celebrities have started posting messages on his Twitter page, revealing their sadness. “We’d like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of Jani Lane regarding their loss. Respectfully, Bret and all at MEGI”, Bret Michaels wrote. “RIP Jani Lane” wrote Tommy Lee.