RATT have announced a 2019 North American tour. You can find the dates for that run below.
05/04 Mexico City, MEX – Domination Festival
05/11 Biloxi, MS – Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
05/17 Richardson, TX – Wildflower Festival
06/08 Farmington Hills, MI – MotorCity Harley-Davidson
06/28 Miami, OK – Buffalo Run Casino & Resort
06/29 Big Spring, TX – Funtastic Fourth
07/03 White Plains, NY – Westchester County Center
07/05 Albany, NY – Skyloft Albany
07/06 Beverly, MA – The Cabot
07/11 Welland, ON – Hair In The Fair
07/12 Englewood, NJ – Bergen Performing Arts Center
07/13 Glenside, PA – Keswick Theatre
08/03 Rock Springs, WY – Wyoming’s Big Show
08/10 Maryland Heights, MO – Hollywood Casino Amp
09/13 Easton, PA – One Centre Square
09/14 Atlantic City, NJ – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
10/20 Tijuana, MEX – Fronterizo Fest III
RATT’s Stephen Pearcy has revealed that he is currently recovering from knee surgery. This news comes three months after two disastrous shows in which the singer was slurring, forgetting words, sitting, slouching, etc. due to what was said to be an injured knee.
It looks like a federal court has decided to dismiss the counterclaims from drummer Bobby Blotzer in the lawsuit regarding the ownership and use of the RATT name. Northern California Record are reporting that “a judgment was entered in favor of the rock band RATT’s general partnership in a trademark infringement lawsuit filed against WBS Inc. and original band member, partnership founding member and former WBS President Robert Blotzer.” You can read more about that HERE.
According to some fans that attended RATT’s October 5 show in St. Charles, Illinois, Stephen Pearcy gave another bad performance in which he was “stumbling” and couldn’t “remember the words” to various tracks. This news comes after the singer recently apologized for a disastrous show in Huntington, New York.
Stephen Pearcy has issued an apology following his disastrous performance during RATT’s September 26 show at The Paramount in Huntington, NY. The singer was slurring, sitting, slouching, etc. throughout the concert due to what was said to be an injured knee.
Pearcy said the following:
“I want to apologize to RATT fans for last night’s performance and especially to those that were at the show.
I am dealing with a pain-management issue due to a bad knee that is scheduled to be replaced in January. And last night, I made the critical error of adding alcohol to my pain meds while on stage, and it destroyed my performance.
Again, there is no excuse for my behavior.
I sincerely apologize to RATT fans, my band, Live Nation, my friends, and family.”
Juan Croucier also addressed the situation during the show, telling the audience that Pearcy was in “a lot of pain” due to an injured knee. He also added:
“Let me just say something, all right? In case you guys didn’t notice, Mr. Stephen Pearcy is in a lot of pain. But tonight, we said there’s no way, there’s no way we’re canceling this show. Because we love you guys. We love each and every one of you, and thank you so much for coming down. We promise we’ll be back, without the injury, okay? Thank you so much for your understanding. We’re gonna keep going and do our best.”
RATT officially played their first show with their new lineup in Mulvane, Kansas on July 7. As previously reported, the group now features Stephen Pearcy and Juan Croucier, along with Pete Holmes (Black N’ Blue), Jordan Ziff (Razer), and Chris Sanders (Knight Fury).
According to Metal Sludge, the new RATT lineup now features founding members Stephen Pearcy and Juan Croucier, along with Pete Holmes (Black N’ Blue), Jordan Ziff (Razer), and Chris Sanders (Knight Fury). The group will kickoff their upcoming tour in Mulvane, Kansas on July 7.