Former RATT frontman Stephen Pearcy will do an interview with VH1 on Monday, June 24th to talk about his solo project and other happenings for the year, according to the singer's official web site. In other news, filming was wrapped up last week for the soon-to-be-released film Camp Utopia in which Pearcy reportedly has a small part.
Also on the Pearcy front, the singer and his band have some warm-up dates scheduled during July in support of Stephen's latest CD, Social Intercourse. For the next leg of the Social Intercourse tour, Pearcy has been reportedly been talking to ex-RATT bassist Juan Croucier about having the latter's band, LIQUID SUNDAY, open up the shows and then teaming up with the bassist to perform all of the RATT hits after Stephen's regular set. That leg is tentatively scheduled for the end of August.
Stephen Pearcy's currently-scheduled live dates are as follows:
Jul. 06 - Fort Lauderdale, FL @ The Factory
Jul. 11 - Clifton, NJ @ Connections
Jul. 12 - Baltimore, MD @ Thunderdome
Jul. 13 - N. Baltimore, OH @ JR's Bar & Grill
Jul. 19 - Pottsville, PA @ Goodfella's
Jul. 20 - Deerfield, OH @ The Compound
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