RATT Singer STEPHEN PEARCY, JETBOY: Columbus Footage Posted Online

HardRockHideout.com has posted video footage of RATT singer Stephen Pearcy and JETBOY performing at Whiskey Dick's bar in Columbus, Ohio on December 4, 2007. The Pearcy clips can be viewed below.

According to Rob Rockitt's review of the show, "Pearcy sounded better than he has in a long time. His five-piece band were pulling off RATT tunes with ease, and sounded great. Something else that also surprised me was the fact that THE ANTIDIVISION's frontman Erik Ferentinos was playing lead guitar for Pearcy's backup band and was pulling off those amazing DeMartini guitar licks like a pro. Obviously, he is a musician with a lot to prove. Pearcy's voice wasn’t perfect by any means, but it was far better on Tuesday night than any other time that I saw him sing in 2007."

A brand new solo track from Stephen Pearcy, entitled "You're a Lot like Me", is available for streaming at this location. The song comes off the singer's upcoming third solo CD, "Under my Skin", which will be released on his own label Top Fuel Records.

"Under my Skin" is expected to feature the songs "You're a Lot like Me", "Under My Skin", "Injector", "Watcha Doing", "Bottoms Up", "In Outta Love", "Here We Go Again", "Time Slips Away", "Big Nothin", "Train Wreck", "Built to Last", "Deep End" and "Hot Rails".

The CD will be released in Japan first, then the U.S. with worldwide distribution under a new deal for Pearcy and the Top Fuel Records label.

Pearcy says, "I'll keep establishing 'M.I.A.' for TFR acts, and a place for me to try out my new music. The new songs from 'Under my Skin' are much brighter topics and RATT-like in elements. A lot less aggressive then the last two solo CDs. More of what is and not expected. I've been working on the record on and off for almost a year!"

"Body Talk":

"You're A Lot Like Me":


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