Stephen Pearcy has done the impossible (at least in my mind) and recorded a brilliant solo album.
Ratt upheld the integrity of the music that helped make the soundtrack of our youth.
Ratt immediately set the bar high on Friday, April 28th at the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg PA!
It’s a pleasure to listen to Stephen Pearcy and to know he is back and in good shape, his unmistakable rock style and all the gumption he still having.
If you have someone who didn’t write anything going out trying to rewrite history then they shouldn’t be out there playing our music
Hey Hello quickly followed the men from down under and include amongst their ranks, the one and only Ginger Wildheart (when does the man sleep?) All members of the band look like they are having a great time on stage as they rattle rapidly through their catalogue, not missing a beat or a strum.
Interview with Black Rain @ Hard Rock Hell
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.
I don’t know who was having more fun tonight, the band or the audience.