List of Ratt members

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Ratt performing in 2005 (top), 2010 (middle) and 2016 (bottom)

Ratt is an American glam metal band from San Diego, California. Formed in 1977 under the name Mickey Ratt, the group originally included lead vocalist and guitarist Stephen Pearcy, lead guitarist Chris Hager, bassist Tim Garcia and drummer Bob Eisenberg. In 1982, Ratt finalised its "classic lineup" of Pearcy, lead guitarist Warren DeMartini, rhythm guitarist Robbin Crosby, bassist Juan Croucier and drummer Bobby Blotzer. The band has been through numerous lineup changes in the ensuing years, and currently consists of Pearcy, Croucier (both of whom rejoined in 2016), guitarists Jordan Ziff and Chris Sanders, and drummer Pete Holmes (all of whom joined in 2018).

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History

1977–1983

Ratt originally formed in San Diego, California in 1977 under the name Mickey Ratt. [1] The band originally included lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Stephen Pearcy, lead guitarist Chris Hager, bassist and backing vocalist Tim Garcia, and drummer Bob Eisenberg. [2] After John Turner took over from Eisenberg, the band relocated to Los Angeles in January 1980. [3] Garcia opted to return to San Diego not long after, [1] and was replaced by Dave Jellison a few months later. [4] Paul DeNisco briefly joined as a second guitarist. [5] After a few years of touring, Hager left in 1981 to pursue other projects, with Turner and Jellison following not long after. [6] Pearcy rebuilt the band with the addition of guitarists Jake E. Lee and Bob DeLellis, bassist Matt Thorr and drummer Dave Alford, as well as renaming it M. Ratt and, later, Ratt. [7] [8]

The lineup lasted only a few months, with Alford and Lee quitting after Pearcy fired DeLellis without consulting them. [8] The pair subsequently formed Rough Cutt together. [9] Thorr remained the band's bassist, alongside new additions Warren DeMartini and Robbin Crosby on guitars, and Khurt Maier on drums. [10] This lineup recorded "Tell the World" for the first edition of the Metal Blade compilation Metal Massacre . [11] Thorr was briefly replaced by Gene Hunter, [12] however by the end of the year the group had finalised its classic lineup of Pearcy, DeMartini, Crosby, bassist Juan Croucier and drummer Bobby Blotzer. [13] Marq Torien briefly joined on guitar in 1982. [14] Joey Cristofanilli temporarily took over from Croucier in 1983, but he returned once he left Dokken later in the year. [15]

1983–2012

Ratt's lineup remained constant throughout the rest of the 1980s, as they released a series of commercially successful albums. [16] In 1991, Crosby was forced to leave the group due to a "debilitating addiction to heroin". [17] He was temporarily replaced by Michael Schenker for a series of tour dates. [18] In early 1992, Pearcy opted to leave Ratt to form the supergroup Arcade. [19] As a result, the group was subsequently disbanded. [20] In 1996, the band reunited with Pearcy, DeMartini and Blotzer joined by bassist Robbie Crane, after plans for a full classic lineup reunion fell through. [21] Keri Kelli joined as a second guitarist in early 1999, in time for a tour starting in May. [22] In January 2000, however, Pearcy suddenly left the band just before the start of a tour. [23] Kelli also left shortly after the vocalist's departure. [24]

Pearcy and Kelli were replaced by former L.A. Guns frontman Jizzy Pearl and former Mötley Crüe frontman John Corabi, respectively. [5] Robert Mason was initially invited to take over on vocals, but he declined. [25] Classic lineup guitarist Crosby died on June 6, 2002 after contracting HIV and overdosing on heroin. [26] Pearl remained the band's vocalist until December 2006, when he left amid rumors of a classic lineup reunion. [27] A few months later, it was confirmed that Pearcy was returning for tour dates throughout 2007. [28] Corabi remained until August 2008, when he was replaced by former Quiet Riot guitarist Carlos Cavazo. [29] After the band released its first studio album in 11 years, Infestation , in 2010, Crane announced in March 2012 that he had left Ratt to focus on Lynch Mob, which he joined in 2010. [30]

2012 onwards

Croucier returned to take Crane's place in May 2012. [31] [32] Blotzer was temporarily replaced for a run of shows in early 2014, as he had yet to recover from neck surgery he underwent the previous October. [33] In April 2014, Pearcy announced that he had left Ratt for a third time, blaming the "constant turmoil" and other controversies surrounding the band. [34] The following September, Blotzer rebranded his new group from Bobby Blotzer's Ratt Experience to simply Ratt, having "taken control" of the brand, with the drummer joined by lead vocalist Joshua Alan, guitarists Michael "Doc" Ellis and Nicolas "Blaze" Baum, and bassist Scotty Griffin. [35] DeMartini later sued Blotzer over the use of the Ratt name, [36] however this was denied by a court ruling. [37] Griffin was replaced by Robbie Crane in February 2016, [38] and both Blaze and Crane left in August. [39] [40] They were replaced initially by Stacey Blades and Todd Kerns, respectively, [41] and later on a more permanent basis by Mitch Perry and Brad Lang. [42] Blades remained as a replacement for Ellis. [43] Alan left the band in January 2017 to pursue other projects. [44] He was replaced by Seann Nichols, although the band performed only one show and has been inactive since March 2017. [45]

In November 2016, Pearcy, DeMartini and Croucier regained ownership of the Ratt name from Blotzer, expelling him from the original partnership and reforming the band with Carlos Cavazo and Jimmy DeGrasso. [46] The band returned to touring, but in March 2018 it was reported that DeMartini had been fired from the band. [47] A few days later, Cavazo confirmed the news and added that he had also left the band. [48] In June, Pearcy and Croucier assured that they would continue with Ratt, [49] and the following month the group returned with new members Jordan Ziff on lead guitar, Chris Sanders on rhythm guitar and Pete Holmes on drums. [50]

Members

Current members

ImageNameYears activeInstrumentsRelease contributions
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Stephen Pearcy
  • 1977–1992
  • 1996–2000
  • 2007–2014
  • 2016–present
  • lead vocals
  • rhythm guitar
all Ratt releases to date
Pete Holmes
  • 2018–present
  • drums
  • percussion
none
Juan Croucier
  • 1982–1983
  • 1983–1992
  • 2012–2014
  • 2016–present
  • bass
  • backing vocals
all Ratt releases from Ratt (1983) to Collage (1997)
Jordan Ziff2018–present
  • lead guitar
  • backing vocals
none

Former members

ImageNameYears activeInstrumentsRelease contributions
Chris Hager1977–1981lead guitar"Drivin' on E" (1980)
Tim Garcia1977–1980 (died 2011)
  • bass
  • backing vocals
Bob Eisenberg1977drumsnone
John Turner1977–1981"Drivin' on E" (1980)
Dave Jellison1980–1981
  • bass
  • backing vocals
none
Paul DeNisco1980rhythm guitar
Matt Thorr 1981–1982
  • bass
  • backing vocals
"Tell the World" (1982)
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Jake E. Lee 1981lead guitarnone
Bob DeLellisrhythm guitar
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Dave Alford drums
Robbin Crosby 1981–1991 (died 2002)
  • rhythm guitar
  • backing vocals
all Ratt releases from "Tell the World" (1982) to Collage (1997)
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Warren DeMartini
  • 1981–1982
  • 1982–1992
  • 1996–2014
  • 2016–2018
  • lead guitar
  • backing vocals
  • keyboards
  • synthesizers
all Ratt releases from "Tell the World" (1982) to Infestation (2010)
Gene Hunter1982bassnone
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Marq Torien
(Mark Maytorena)
1982
  • lead guitar
  • backing vocals
none
Joey Cristofanilli 1983
  • bass
  • backing vocals
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Michael Schenker 1991–1992 (substitute)lead guitar
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Robbie Crane 1996–2012
  • bass
  • backing vocals
  • Collage (1997)
  • Ratt (1999)
  • Infestation (2010)
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Keri Kelli
(Kenneth Fear Jr.)
1999–2000
  • rhythm guitar
  • backing vocals
none
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John Corabi 2000–2008
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Jizzy Pearl
(James Wilkinson)
2000–2006lead vocals
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Carlos Cavazo
  • 2008–2014
  • 2016–2018
  • lead guitar
  • backing vocals
Infestation (2010)
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Jimmy DeGrasso
  • 2014 (substitute)
  • 2016–2018
drumsnone
Bobby Blotzer
  • 1982–1992
  • 1996–2014
  • drums
  • percussion
all Ratt releases from "Tell The World (1982) to "Infestation" 2010
Chris Sanders
  • 2018–2020
  • rhythm guitar
  • backing vocals
none

Blotzer's Ratt members

ImageNameYears activeInstruments
Bobby Blotzer Ratt in Houston October 2016.jpg
Bobby Blotzer2015–2017
  • drums
  • percussion
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Joshua Alan lead vocals
Michael "Doc" Ellis2015–2016
  • rhythm guitar
  • backing vocals
Nicholas "Blaze" Baum
  • lead guitar
  • backing vocals
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Scotty Griffin
  • bass
  • backing vocals
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Robbie Crane2016
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Stacey Blades
(Bryan MaClachlan)
2016–2017
  • rhythm guitar
  • backing vocals
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Todd Kerns 2016 (substitute)
  • bass
  • backing vocals
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Mitch Perry2016–2017
  • lead guitar
  • backing vocals
Brad Lang
  • bass
  • backing vocals
Seann Nichols2017lead vocals

Timelines

Ratt (1977–1992, 1996–2014, 2016–present)

List of Ratt members

Bobby Blotzer's Ratt Experience/Bobby Blotzer's Ratt (2015–2017)

List of Ratt members

Lineups

PeriodMembersReleases
1977
(Mickey Ratt)
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Chris Hager – lead guitar
  • Tim Garcia – bass, backing vocals
  • Bob Eisenberg – drums
none
1977–1980
(Mickey Ratt)
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Chris Hager – lead guitar
  • Tim Garcia – bass, backing vocals
  • John Turner – drums
  • "Drivin' on E" (1980)
1980
(Mickey Ratt)
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
  • Chris Hager – lead guitar
  • John Turner – drums
  • Paul DeNisco – rhythm guitar
  • Dave Jellison – bass, backing vocals
none
1980–1981
(Mickey Ratt)
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Chris Hager – lead guitar
  • John Turner – drums
  • Dave Jellison – bass, backing vocals
1981
(Mickey Ratt/M. Ratt/Ratt)
1981–1982
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
  • Matt Thorr – bass, backing vocals
  • Warren DeMartini – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Robbin Crosby – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Khurt Maier – drums
1982
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
  • Warren DeMartini – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Robbin Crosby – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Khurt Maier – drums
  • Gene Hunter – bass
none
1982
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
  • Robbin Crosby – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Juan Croucier – bass, backing vocals
  • Bobby Blotzer – drums
  • Marq Torien – lead guitar, backing vocals
1983
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
  • Robbin Crosby – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Bobby Blotzer – drums
  • Warren DeMartini – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Joey Cristofanilli – bass
  • Ratt (1983) – one track only
1982/1983–1991 (original)
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
  • Robbin Crosby – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Bobby Blotzer – drums
  • Warren DeMartini – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Juan Croucier – bass, backing vocals
1991–1992
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
  • Bobby Blotzer – drums
  • Warren DeMartini – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Juan Croucier – bass, backing vocals
  • Michael Schenker – rhythm guitar (touring substitute)
none
Band inactive 1992–1996
1996 – early 1999
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Bobby Blotzer – drums
  • Warren DeMartini – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Robbie Crane – bass, backing vocals
  • Collage (1997) – five tracks only
  • Ratt (1999)
Early 1999 – January 2000
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
  • Bobby Blotzer – drums
  • Warren DeMartini – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Robbie Crane – bass, backing vocals
  • Keri Kelli – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
none
Early 2000 – December 2006
  • Bobby Blotzer – drums
  • Warren DeMartini – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Robbie Crane – bass, backing vocals
  • Jizzy Pearl – lead vocals
  • John Corabi – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
April 2007 – August 2008
  • Bobby Blotzer – drums
  • Warren DeMartini – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Robbie Crane – bass, backing vocals
  • John Corabi – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
August 2008 – March 2012
  • Bobby Blotzer – drums
  • Warren DeMartini – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Robbie Crane – bass, backing vocals
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
  • Carlos Cavazo – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
May 2012 – April 2014
  • Bobby Blotzer – drums
  • Warren DeMartini – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
  • Carlos Cavazo – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Juan Croucier – bass, backing vocals
none
Band inactive 2014–2016
November 2016 – March 2018
  • Warren DeMartini – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
  • Carlos Cavazo – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Juan Croucier – bass, backing vocals
  • Jimmy DeGrasso – drums
none
July 2018 – as of 2021, current
  • Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals
  • Juan Croucier – bass, backing vocals
  • Jordan Ziff – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Pete Holmes – drums
  • Chris Sanders – rhythm guitar

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