For about 5 minutes one summer back in the 80s, girls with huge mullets & rocker dudes who came to see the headliner stood in awe of a glammed-up group of b-grade hairfarmers called Ratt. Like their peers of the era, cocaine, groupies, and drunk driving were their main interests. Singer Stephen Pearcy brings the years of using and abusing into focus some two decades later in this new book. As you might imagine, it’s a touching tale.
Sex, Drugs, Ratt & Roll: My Life in Rock