Ratt's aptly named 'Out of the Cellar' was released on March 27, 1984.
Tragedy has struck the Ratt family, with the death of frontman Stephen Peacy's sister. That's led to the cancellation of the group's appearance as part of the upcoming Monsters of Rock cruise.
Rock memoirs are a great source of salacious details about the history of a band or artist, and that's certainly true in the case of Ratt singer Stephen Pearcy's new autobiography. As its title suggests, his recently released 'Sex, Drugs, Ratt & Roll: My Life in Rock' digs into the excesses of the '80s when Ratt were at their peak, and offers some insights into how he helped bring a little glam into the hard rock universe.
In the latest development of “As The Ratt Turns,” drummer Bobby Blotzer is lashing out at his bandmates, saying that they “fed false info to fans” regarding the current state of the group.
During the band's recent performance at the M3 Rock Festival in Columbia, Md., Ratt fans were treated to a very special show when original bassist Juan Croucier joined the group on stage for the first time since 1991.