Warrant rocks out at Token Lounge

On Thursday, hard rockers Warrant blew up the stage at The Token Lounge in Westland.The band pulled out a fiery set of their classics and even pulled out their new single. Along for the ride, were locals Most Wanted, Trixy Tang and Whiskey A Go Go.

Most Wanted kicked things off with a solid set of their original rockers that helped get the crowd warmed up. Their guitar-driven set was the perfect way to kick off a fantastic evening of rock.

Grand Rapids' own Trixy Tang were up next and kicked things off with a bang with their take on Poison's "Look What The Cat Dragged In." This was the band's first performance with new bassist Kevin Turner and new guitarist Rey Hernandez, who seemed to fit in flawlessly with guitarist/keyboardist Ryan Gramza and drummer Dan Premo. 

Vocalist Klay Fennema showed off his vocal range and stage presence on fantastic versions of tracks "Mama I'm Coming Home" and "Shake and Tumble" before the band closed things out with a fiery version of "Wild Side."

Whiskey A Go Go continued the enthusiastic cover versions with their spin on rock classics "Round and Round" and "Rebel Yell." They really got the packed crowd moving.

Finally, Warrant closed things out, kicking their set off with "Sure Feels Good To Me". The band then went on to pull out some of their biggest hits from "Down Boy" and "Heaven" to "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and "I Saw Red."

Warrant also pulled out their new single "I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink", their take on the Merle Haggard country classic, which the band did for the Professional Bull Riding Association (PBR). The band closed things out with crowd favorite "Cherry Pie,"which had everyone singing and moving along.

They ended the evening with crowd favorite "Cherry Pie," which had everyone singing and moving along.