Former RATT Duo Share Stage For First Time In 12 Years

February 20, 2003

Former RATT members Stephen Pearcy (vocals) and Juan Croucier (bass) shared the same stage for the first time in 12 years last Thursday (Feb. 13) at the Key club in Hollywood, California.

Croucier, who's been keeping busy in the recent years running a recording studio and playing with his new band LIQUID SUNDAY, joined Pearcy's solo band for rendition of RATT's "Round And Round". According to Juan, "We had a great time. It brought back a lot of good memories. Stephen is doing great and singing better than ever. His band was really good and tight."

Juan also revealed that he has been keeping in contact with another former RATT bandmate, drummer Bobby Blotzer. "I've also been talking to Bobby lately," the bassist said. "We ran into each other at the NAMM show. He's doing really well also."

Croucier is currently seeking a permanent drummer for LIQUID SUNDAY and planning several live dates in the spring. "I have a drummer in mind that may be able to do some shows with us for a while," Juan revealed. "I can't give his name out at this point but he is a known player and I'll let [everybody] know if it's going to happen as soon as I can. Jeff and I want to get the band back out there as soon as we can. If things go as planned we should be playing here in L.A. in about a month."

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