Former RATT Singer Visits World's Largest Aircraft Carrier: Photos Available

Former RATT vocalist Stephen Pearcy paid a visit to the world's largest aircraft carrier the USS Nimitz (CVN 68) on Friday, December 17, 2004. Pearcy reportedly flew to the carrier off the coast of California for a concert and overnight visit.

Pearcy graciously accepted the invitation to perform for the crew after receiving an invite from the Public Affairs Officer, Lieutenant Commander Brad Fagan.

The band consisted of crew members who performed such RATT classics as "You're In Love", "Lay It Down", "Round & Round", "Walkin' the Dog" (RUFUS THOMAS cover, also recorded by AEROSMITH), and the new single "Drive With Me" from Stephen's latest release "Fueler" (Top Fuel Records/Cleopatra Records).

Check out pictures from Pearcy's visit to the USS Nimitz at this location.


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