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Inner City Traveler

by Fair Warning

Hard rock,Strong melodies,Great guitars,and Thought provoking lyrics.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Forget Me Not
3:13 $0.99
2. Hope You're Happy Now
5:04 $0.99
3. Inner City Traveler
2:14 $0.99
4. Dave and Don's Song
6:51 $0.99
5. Turn Of The Screw
3:49 $0.99
6. Waiting
3:22 $0.99
7. Reflections Of A Sunny Day
6:28 $0.99
8. Battle Of The Ages
4:03 $0.99
9. Charting Onward
3:20 $0.99
10. Agents Of Love
2:35 $0.99
11. Days Like These
4:00 $0.99
12. Climb Aboard
4:00 $0.99
13. Sucker For A Smile
4:12 $0.99
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Album Notes
The Current Members of Fair Warning have been
together since 1985. The roots of Fair Warning
are found in a band called "Rager" which started
out as a power trio in late 1981 early 1982.

The original members of Rager were Jeffrey Stepek Bass & Vocals
Phill Flores Guitars & Michael Forcier Drums. The band made
a name for itself in the L.A., Hollywood and Ventura County Club scenes playing
clubs like
Gizzaries, The Roxy, The Country Club, Dillions, Tamara's, Club Simi, Fingers just
to name
a few.

The band moved on to arranging benefit concerts in the Ventura County area
starting with a "Day for Doug" in 1983 to benefit Doug Roy a little boy from
Santa Paula California who was tragically burned in a automobile fire.

Other benefits included "A Day for Tracy" 1984 which was for Tracy Mott
a young Simi Valley girl who was struck and severely injured by a drunk
driver. "An Evening of Friends for The Kosmatka Family" in 1989 for a Moorpark family
who lost multiple family members in a tragic accident on the 118 freeway. And
"Zoo Boost" in 1990 for the Moorpark wild animal school at Moorpark college.

Rager not only Organized all these shows by locating and securing the venues,
but did the advertising, ticket sales, worked with local business's and food
concessions, coordinating parking and
even worked with the Mayor's office in trying to help the needy injured children, and animals, in
the area.

Rager also played for the Ventura County Handicapped Children's Association on a couple of
their events. Rager did several radio interviews through the years on radio
stations such as
KKBZ and KCME and has several songs on playlist rotation. They also pre-formed a song
live on one radio interview with KCME.

In the winter of 1984 Rager's drummer Michael Forcier was severely injured in
a tree trimming accident, and after a benefit for their injured drummer called "Night for
Mike" in
early 1985, Rager took a long needed rest to decide how to re-group if at all.

In 1984 guitarist J. P. Iacuone "Joe" was introduced to the band by a mutual friend
Dean Bradley,
who for a short time was the Lead Singer of Rager. The band remembered the meeting and
the Guitar Player so when in Late 1985 early 1986 rolled around Rager was back and
ready for action with Jeff on Bass & Vocals,
Phill on Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Mike Forcier on Drums and J.P. Iacuone who became
their new band
mate on Lead and Rhythm Guitars.

In 1993 the Band took a break while Jeff attended to his Father in Florida. But upon
his return in 1996 Rager regrouped
Jeff, Phill, Mike and Joe played on together until Mike left the band around the
Spring of 2000. Thru the years
the band has played over 100 shows.

In 2003 Rager formally became "Fair Warning" and have been playing ever since.

Major influences of the band and their music are The Beatles, Led Zeppelin & Ted
Nugent to whom Fair Warning
owe a debt of gratitude, and would like to deeply thank for all that they have given
the band and the world. We are in part who we hear!



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I Like this California Rock and Roll great stuff
This CD is great California Rock and Roll! The guitars are great, I like the singing and the words are great too. I will like to see you play sometime. Ciao