John Warne

John Warne
Nationality United States of America
Genres Christian alternative rock
Instruments guitar

John Warne
Warne performing with Relient K in 2009
Warne performing with Relient K in 2009
Background information
Birth nameJohn Warne
Born (1979-06-27) June 27, 1979 (age 43)
GenresChristian alternative rock, pop punk
Instrument(s)Bass guitar, guitar, vocals
Years active1996–present

John Warne is an American musician who has been active since 1996. He is best known for being the bassist for the Christian rock band Relient K as well as being a founding member of the Christian punk band Ace Troubleshooter. His hometown is Minneapolis, Minnesota and lives in Golden, Colorado.

Bands[edit | edit source]

Relient K[edit | edit source]

Warne performing with Relient K in 2008

Warne originally started filling in as a bassist for Relient K in September 2004, after the then bassist Brian Pittman left the band less than a month earlier. Warne joined Relient K as the full-time bassist and backing vocalist in February 2005. He has contributed to four Relient K projects, and on four full-length albums, Five Score and Seven Years Ago, Forget and Not Slow Down, Is for Karaoke, and Collapsible Lung. He also provided back-up vocals for two songs on Relient K's 2004 album Mmhmm. Warne also animated the band's flash cartoon, Woodland Forest.

Ace Troubleshooter[edit | edit source]

Warne was a founding member of the now defunct Christian punk band Ace Troubleshooter, in which he played guitar and sang lead vocals. The band was active from 1996 to 2004, recording five full-length albums, the first two independently released and the last three released under the record label Tooth & Nail Records or its affiliate BEC Recordings.

Guerilla Rodeo[edit | edit source]

In 2004 Warne participated in the short-lived band Guerilla Rodeo, playing bass. The band's only record was a three-track EP.

Discography[edit | edit source]

With Ace Troubleshooter
With Guerilla Rodeo
  • Ride, Rope and Destroy (2004) — bass guitar and backing vocals

With Relient K

References[edit | edit source]