Jerry Dixon would like to see Warrant do a Las Vegas residency package with another artist or band
Warrant bassist Jerry Dixon and lead vocalist Robert Mason were interviewed by Angel Alamo for Ball-Buster Music! just a few hours before the band played its set at the M3 Rock Festival in Columbia, Maryland, USA on May 4, 2019.
The duo were asked whether Warrant would ever consider doing as Las Vegas residency like so many other bands have been doing.
Dixon replied (with slight edits): “Yes, I live there. I am in. I think eventually what I would like to see is a residency package. Warrant, Bret Michaels, and Warrant, Great White; Warrant, FireHouse. Maybe we can do a residency for two nights? We are not that big of a deal.”
Mason added: “With an added 3rd night.” Dixon jokingly added: “We can go from April 1st to April 1st and a half.” Mason chipped in: “Afternoon April 3rd with a matinee.”
In terms of Warrant still going more than 30 years later, Dixon advised (with slight edits): “You just have to be willing to be around through the good and the bad. You can’t be around when shit is great. You can’t just play when the market is up. It goes up and it might go down. We don’t [say] ‘Fuck, we are going to quit.’ You just do what you love whether you are playing in front of five people or 50,000 people, you are fine. You don’t think about it. We are lifers. We are willing to take the highs and lows.”
You can read the rest of the interview with Jerry Dixon and Robert Mason at Ball-Buster Music!’s website.