Posts tagged Stephen Pearcy


Stephen Pearcy Rules Out Any Future Reunion With His Former Ratt Bandmates

January 15, 2015
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To those dedicated hard rock listeners who are patiently waiting for Stephen Pearcy to reenter the Ratt lineup, the vocalist suggests you find a better way to spend your time. Pearcy recently addressed the topic of working alongside his former band members in the glam metal unit, and reassured his previous stance that he is currently on a “permanent vacation” from the group and is far more interested in pursuing his solo career.


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Stephen Pearcy, Brian Howe Captivate Day Three of 80s in the Park: Concert Review + Photo Gallery

October 6, 2014
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With more than twenty hours of rock groups (and the weather endured while standing in the audience) already behind the veteran collective of music fans at the second annual 80s in the Park festival in Melbourne, Florida, the third and final day of the event promised one of the more standout rosters of the weekend.


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Faster Pussycat, LA Guns + More to Perform During 2014 80’s in the Park Festival

July 13, 2014
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Serving as a celebration of the decade in its namesake, the 80s in the Park music festival compiles a formidable compilation of predominantly rock bands and musicians of the era. The second annual event will take place at the Wickham Park Pavilion in Melbourne, Florida, and features three days of well known groups spanning across multiple sub-classifications of the genre.


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Stephen Pearcy Says He Never Wants to Be Involved With Ratt Again

April 26, 2014
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The recent announcement that Stephen Pearcy would be leaving Ratt has been both a popular and surprising topic for rock fans, however the singer says that this decision has been cultivating for some time. In a recent interview with ‘One on One,’ Pearcy discussed his plans to continue his career as a solo artist, while also clarifying as to what his future role will be with his former band.


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