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In a Nutshell

Pop-metal stars behind the epic hits “Cherry Pie” and “Heaven” team with Chicago glam rockers Diamond Rexx

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The Deal

  • $20 for one general-admission ticket (up to $30.38 value)


  • “Down Boys”: the debut single and nickname of a hungry act from L.A. that went on to become one of the biggest selling pop-metal acts of the late ’80s
  • Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich: the title of the band’s 1989 breakthrough album, and what they became after it went double-platinum
  • “Heaven”: the sing-along power ballad that became Warrant’s highest-charting hit, and the place where it’s hoped that sadly departed founding singer Jani Layne now resides
  • Cherry Pie: the name of Warrant’s second album and its smash-hit single, both of which helped the band once again go double-platinum, avoid the sophomore slump, and introduce an entire generation to food-based entendre
  • “Sure Feels Good to Me”: another racy rocker from the Cherry Pie era, and how fans will feel when they hear the pipes of new singer Robert Mason, formerly of Lynch Mob

Diamond Rexx

  • Diamond Rexx is… the outlet for enigmatic wailer Nasti Habits, who’s like Judas Priest, Alice Cooper, and Mötley Crüe all hiding inside the body of one man
  • You first met Rexx: in 1986, when the group broke out of Chicago with its only major-label album, Land of the Damned
  • What to expect live: original members Nasti Habits, guitarist S.S. Priest (or Steven St. Lust, depending on his mood ring), bassist Andre, and drummer Johnny Cottone going for the glam-metal gold in a set spanning more than 20 years of material
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    House of Music Entertainment

    1227 N Rand Rd.

    Arlington Heights, IL 60004


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