Former Ratt frontman Stephen Pearcy has released a video for the song, I Can’t Take It, from his forthcoming solo album, Smash. Watch it below.

Pearcy is currently on tour, his recording and touring lineup includes:

Greg D’Angelo – Drums
Erik Ferentinos – Guitar
Matt Thorne – Bass
Chris Hager – Guitar

Stephen Pearcy tour dates:

Jun 13 @ Riverside Park Amphitheatre Rushville, IN
Jun 27 @ J & P Cycles Annual Open Monticello, Iowa
Jul 11 @ Mc Henry Fiesta Days Festival Peterson Park, Mc Henry, IL

July 17 @ The Boardwalk Orangevale, CA
July 18 @ Roc Bar Theatre San Jose, CA
Fri, Jul 24 @ Sycuan Casino El Cajon, CA
Fri, Jul 31 @ 210 Kapones San Antonio, TX

Aug 1 @ Scout Bar Houston, TX 77003
Aug 2 @ Brewsters Corpus Christi, TX
Aug 4 @ Trees Dallas, TX
Aug 8 @ Rockn’ The Railroad Fest Trails End Concert Park Sheridan, WY
Aug 15 TBA

Sep 7 @ Milwaukee Rally Harley Davidson Milwaukee, WI
Sep 12 @ TBA
Sep 25 @ Bossanova Ballroom Portland, OR 97214
Sep 26 @ Studio Seven Seattle, WA

Oct 3 @ Storm Stadium Outdoors/Hair of the Dog Festival Storm Stadium Outdoors Lake Elsinore, CA

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  • T on

    In terms of songwriting, Pearcy was never the same without DiMartini’s guitar playing, same with Dokken and Lynch, same with Coverdale and Sykes. Billy Idol and Steve Stevens seem to have figured out that they’re better together than apart, and found a way to put their ego’s aside and still work together. Someone should do a psychological study on the ever volatile relationship between singers and lead guitarists.

  • mike hardy on

    The name of the song says it all for me!!!

    • Tyler on

      Amen, this is about as interesting and catchy as a hearing test.

  • Mr. Rock And Roll on

    Stephen Pearcy should be on his f’ing knees every single day of the year, thanking the anomaly of the universe that allowed him a music career. I gave this song a chance thinking, maybe he’s gotten better in the last 30 years. What a mess. The man still can’t write. I can count the Ratt songs on one hand that, to me, were excellently crafted songs. And in concert, they were always a sonic disaster, like the soundman was deaf and drunk. To think he can have a career on his own is not just wishful thinking and a foolhardiness that knows no bounds, it’s a whole lotta chutzpah.

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