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Lead Singer Of Ratt Then And Now

Lead singer of Ratt band Stephen Pearcy wearing sunglasses and brown shirt.
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Lead Singer Of Ratt Then And Now are 1. Seann Nicols 2. Joshua Alan 3. Jizzy Pearl and 4. Stephen Pearcy. The current lead vocalist is Stephen.

Ratt was an American metal band formed in Los Angeles, California, U.S. in the 1970s. Its albums are certified by RIAA as gold. platinum and multi-platinum too.

The lead singer was Stephen Pearcy in the initial years. In between, Jizzy Pearl was the lead singer from 2000 to 2006 and Joshua Alan from 2015 to 2017, and Seann Nicols for the year 2017 only. After that, the band was inactive for many years.

Stephen Pearcy, the founder, formed bands like Ratt, Arcade, Vicious Delite, Firedome, Crystal Pystal, and Vertex.

The current members include Stephen Pearcy as lead vocal as well as rhythm guitar even though there have been lots of ins and outs since the band's establishment.

Joshua Alan was the singer of RATT but of Bobby Blotzer's version. He is a singer-songwriter and musician.

In addition, Jizzy Pearl, an American heavy metal singer, has sung for RATT from 2000 to 2006. He is a hard rock singer too and first performed for the band Data Clan.

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How Old Is The Lead Singer Of Ratt

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How Old Is The Lead Singer Of Ratt? The current lead singer of Ratt, Stephen Pearcy, is 67 years old and was born on July 3, 1956.

Pearcy was born in Long Beach, California, U.S. He is a singer-songwriter who has been active since 1970. His birth name is Stephen Eric Pearcy.

When he left the band in 2000, the lead singer was Jizzy Pearl. Jizzy Pearl was born on March 17, 1958, in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. He is 65 years old, and his genres are hard rock, heavy metal, and glam metal.

After that, Pearcy again joined the band in 2007 and left the band in 2014. At that time, Joshua Alan replaced Pearcy as the lead singer in the band.

Joshua was born on November 28, 1984, and is 38 years old, born in Tampa, Florida, U.S. He was the singer for Bobby Blotzer's version of RATT. He left the band in January 2017 to pursue his musical career.

Seann Nicols performed only one show in 2017, replacing Joshua as lead singer. He made his live debut performance as the new frontman for the RATT band.

Ratt Band Then And Now

Ratt Band members in their Hop-hop style Appearance
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Ratt Band Then And Now includes Joshua Alan from 2015 to 2017 as lead vocalist whereas Stephen Pearcy is the lead vocalist in the present.

Other recent members are Juan Croucier as bass and backing vocals, Pete Holmes as drummer, Jordan Ziff as lead guitar and backing vocals, and Frankie Lindia s rhythm guitar and backing vocals.

Stephen and Juan are two band members who started their journey before 2018.

The former members of Ratt band consist of:

  1. Chris Hager
  2. Tim Garcia
  3. Bob Eisenberg
  4. John Turner
  5. Dave Jellison
  6. Paul DeNisco
  7. Matt Thorr
  8. Jake E. Lee
  9. Bob DeLellis
  10. Dave Alford
  11. Robbin Crosby
  12. Warren DeMartini
  13. Khurt Maier
  14. Gene Hunter
  15. Bobby Blotzer
  16. Marq Torien
  17. Joey Cristofanilli
  18. Michael schenker
  19. Robbie Crane
  20. Keri Kelli
  21. John Corabi
  22. Jizzy Pearl
  23. Carlos Cavazo
  24. Jimmy DeGrasso
  25. Chris Sanders

Their active years, instruments, and release contributions vary. They have made their own contribution in possible ways. Some are lead guitarists, bassists, drummers, rhythm guitarists, and so on.

Ratt Current Members

Current Ratt Band Members
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Ratt Current Members are 1. Stephen Pearcy 2. Juan Croucier 3. Pete Holmes 4. Jordan Ziff and 5. Frankie Lindia.

Their active years are:

  1. Stephen Pearcy- 1977 - 1992, 1996 - 2000, 2007 - 2014, 2016 - 2022
  2. Juan Croucier- 1982 - 1983, 1983 - 1992, 2012 - 2014, 2016 - 2022
  3. Pete Holmes- 2018 - 2022
  4. Jordan Ziff- 2018 - 2022
  5. Frankie Lindia- 2021 - 2022

Juan Croucier, a 63-year-old American musician, is known as the bassist for RATT Band. The most recent lineup of the Ratt band is Stephen in lead vocals, Juan in bass and backing vocals, Pete in drums, Jordan in lead guitar and backing vocals, and lastly, Frankie in rhythm guitar and backing vocals.

There have been a lot of lineup changes in different years, but most rejoining current members are Stephen Pearcy and Juan Croucier. All the Ratt releases to date are the release contributions by Stephen Pearcy. However, the Ratt releases from Ratt (1893) to Collage (1997) are contributions by Juan Croucier too.

There are no release contributions by Pete, Jordan, and Frankie to date. Pete Holmes has also been a member of Black 'N Blue since 1981 to present context.

Jordan Ziff, the lead guitarist, started his first album when he was 14 years old. Jordan was with his band Age of Evil and Arizona-based band Razer before joining Ratt.

Frankie Lindia is a multi-instrumentalist and music teacher with David Lee Roth before joining the rock band Ratt. He is also a Los Angeles-based guitarist.

Ratt Albums

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Ratt Albums are 1. Out of the Cellar 2. Invasion of Your Privacy 3. Dancing Undercover 4. Reach for the Sky and three more.

Other additional studio albums are Detonator, Ratt, and Infestation. Most studio albums were released by Atlantic Records, except for Ratt, which was released by Portrait Records, and Infestation by Loud & Proud/Roadrunner.

The debut album, Out of the Cellar, was certified 3x Platinum in the US and Gold in Canada. The second album, Invasion of Your Privacy, was certified 2x Platinum in the US.

The other two albums, Dancing Undercover and Reach for the Sky, are certified Platinum, whereas the Detonator studio album was certified gold in the US.

In addition, there are six compilation albums, 3 video albums, 17 music videos, 1 EP, and 22 singles.

A compilation album, released on April 6, 1991, is the only compilation album that is certified gold by Billboard 200. The album was released by Atlantic Records.

The studio albums and their respective release dates are:

  1. Out of the Cellar- February 17, 1984
  2. Invasion of Your Privacy- May 30, 1985
  3. Dancing Undercover- August 9, 1986
  4. Reach for the Sky- November 1, 1988
  5. Detonator- August 21, 1990
  6. Ratt- July 6, 1999
  7. Infestation- April 20, 2010

Ratt Top Songs

Ratt's Top Songs areĀ 1. Round and Round 2. Lay It Down 3. You're in Love and many more.

According to Spotify, Round and Round is streamed over 120,000,470 times.

The top ten track list according to the plays on the popular music streaming platform Spotify are:

  1. Round and Round
  2. Lay It Down
  3. You're in Love
  4. Givin' Yourself Away
  5. I'm Insane
  6. Wanted Man
  7. Back For More
  8. Way Cool Jr.
  9. Lovin' You's a Dirty Job
  10. Lack of Communication

Round and Round

Round and Round is the second single released in February 1984 on Atlantic Records. Its length is 4 minutes and 26 seconds. It is from the Out of the Cellar album.

The first single is You Think You're Tough from the Ratt EP album. Round and Round song's style is glam metal. The songwriters are Robbin Crosby, Stephen Pearcy, and Warren DeMartini whereas the producer is Beau Hill.

Lay It Down

Lay It Down was the first single released with a motive to promote the group's second album, Invasion of Your Privacy. It was released in June 1985 by Atlantic Records. Its genre is glam metal and is of length 3 minutes and 23 seconds.

You're in Love

You're in Love was written by Juan Croucier and Stephen Pearcy. It was released in 1985 and its length is 3 minutes and 12 seconds. It is from the album Invasion of Your Privacy. This song hit 89th place on the Billboard Hot 100 and 34th place on the Billboard Top Rock Tracks chart.

Givin' Yourself Away

Givin' Yourself Away was written by Diane Warren, Stephen Pearchy, and Desmond Child. Its length is 5 minutes and 26 seconds. It streamed 11,543,806 times on Spotify and ranked as the 4th most streamed song from the Ratt band.

I'm insane

I'm insane is 5th song from The Ratt band on Spotify with streaming of 4,028,709. This song is the 9th track on the Out of the Cellar album. It is produced by Beau Hill.