RATT: Nashville Footage Posted Online
Fan-filmed video footage of RATT performing the song "Nobody Rides For Free" on May 28, 2009 at the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, Tennessee can be viewed below (courtesy of "Metalbabe86"). Photos of the concert are available at this location (courtesy of "Rockchick86"). Playing rhythm guitar for RATT during the show was John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE, UNION), who was filling in for Carlos Cavazo (QUIET RIOT).
RATT recently inked a new deal with Loud & Proud/Roadrunner Records. The band is set to begin recording its first new material since 1999's self-titled album this summer.
Over the past two years, RATT has toured the world in support of their releases "Tell The World - The Very Best Of Ratt" and their first-ever DVD, "Videos from the Cellar - The Atlantic Years". During this time, the current lineup of Stephen Pearcy, Warren DeMartini, Bobby Blotzer, Robbie Crane and Carlos Cavazo played shows in Australia, Colombia and Peru for the first time in their careers.
The new album is set for a fall release and will be supported by a world tour.
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