Stephen Pearcy (Ratt) has shared a demo version of his new solo song “All That I Want.” This track is expected to appear on his upcoming album, which will be released in 2021. Pearcy commented:
“I was going over vocals the other day I had recorded not long ago on this song, got a version the other night and had the file sent to me with a different vocal style. I sent it to Erik (Ferentinos, long time guitarist and co collaborator on the song) the other day and we liked it, so I thought wtf, it’s so different and kinda the sign of the times right now.”
Stephen Pearcy (Ratt) has confirmed that he will be releasing a new solo album in 2021. The singer commented:
“Stephen Pearcy “(title here)” #6 solo record to be released 2021 on Top Fuel Records/. Written by (Pearcy and Erik Ferentinos ) we’ve already started recording few months back. Probably release a work in motion song demo from Erik and myself just for fun. Tba.”
Stephen Pearcy (Ratt) has released a new song titled “Making Crazy.” You can check that out via Dropbox.
During a recent interview with Meltdown of Detroit’s WRIF, Stephen Pearcy offered an update on new Ratt music. The singer said the following:
“I’ve demoed about 15 songs, and it’s gonna be hard to pick. I’ll throw the band probably five songs. And Juan [Croucier, bass] is writing. Jordan [Ziff, guitar] is [working on ideas] already. We’re not gonna be lacking songs. I think what I wanted to do first was release a couple of songs and see what happens. But we’ve got so much music, it might be easier just to do a record and release the songs whenever we want. And then, at the end of the day, release three songs here, three there, three there, then release the [full] record.”
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.
Stephen Pearcy (RATT) has premiered a new song titled “U Only Live Twice.” This track is from his new solo album “View To A Thrill,” which will be released on November 9.
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.