It was clear that there were some die-hard Jizzy fans here tonight, some who would not have been born when the rocker started way back in the eighties.
You know, when people say, “Oh isn’t it tragic that you never got as big as Guns N’ Roses” or something like that I just think to myself you know, it could have been much worse. I could be loading boxes on to a truck right now bitching about life.
Hard Rock Hell United – AOR Review; Saturday March 12, 2016. As quickly as it had started then the show was over yet again for another year, as bands and fans alike departed to their dull and cold caravans to reminisce and gather their thoughts on what was a most excellent weekend.
In 1990 Columbia records released the debut album by Love/Hate ‘Blackout in the Red Room’ and although singer Jizzy Pearl has stayed busy touring and making albums with such platinum artists as L.A. Guns, RATT and most recently Quiet Riot – ‘Blackout in the Red Room’ was the starting point, the beginning, the bar to which all else has been measured.