RATT Frontman To Be Interviewed On FOX 5 'Morning News' In San Diego

RATT frontman Stephen Pearcy will be interviewed on FOX 5 "Morning News" in San Diego, California tomorrow (Friday, April 3) prior to the RAT BASTARDS show at 4th & B.

Along with his longtime backing band the RAT BASTARDS, Pearcy's high-energy set covers all periods of his illustrious career — from solo material to ARCADE, and, of course, plenty of RATT classics such as "Round and Round", "Lay It Down" and "Body Talk".


Stephen Pearcy - Vocals
Mark Zavon - Guitar, Vocals
Frank Wilsey - Guitar
Mike Duda - Bass
Juaquin Revuelta - Drums

Pearcy's third solo album, "Under my Skin", was released on July 22, 2008 via Airline Records. The CD finds Pearcy returning to the early RATT roots, featuring material that is positive and aggressive when needed. Pearcy plays almost all the guitars and solos. Erik Ferentinos (RAT BASTARD, THE ANTIDIVISION lead guitarist, vocalist) also co-wrote again on the new CD.


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