|Born||22 September 1956|
|Died||22 January 1994(aged 37)|
|Genres||Heavy metal, Hard rock|
After Riot, he performed on Jack Starr's Out of the Darkness album (1984) and put out two solo releases: "Gone With the Wind" and "Even the Score". "Assume The Position", his most notable solo song, featured an explicit video.
Forrester was shot and killed in Atlanta at age 37 after he refused to give up his vehicle in an attempted carjacking. This crime has not been solved. He was survived by his mother Lafortune Forrester, his brother (guitarist Lucky Forrester),his ex(Windi Grace) and a daughter (Jade Grace) and his fiance, Lori Plester, whom he was living with at the time.
During 1985, Forrester performed in the collaboration Thrasher project (on Combat Records), singing "Bad Boys", on the album "Burning At the Speed of Light". He also recorded an album with ex-Keel Brian Jay's band "Dogbone".
Rare material, mainly from the projects Mr. Dirty featuring Forrester, Rob Robbins, (guitar) Scot Gains, (bass/songwriter) Ray Mehlbaum,(Drums)  and Dr. Dirty, was released, in 1996, in the memorial CD Hell or Highwater.
- 1996 - Dogbone
with Jack Starr
- 1984 - Out of the Darkness
- 1982 - Restless Breed (Riot)
- 1984 - Born In America (Riot)
- 1988 - Assume The Position (solista - Hard And Heavy Vol. 1)
- 1992 - Black Symphony - 3 song demo
- 1993 - Rockeit Plant Sessions - 4 song demo (Jan.)
- 1993 - Clear Lake Sessions - 4 song demo (Apr.)
- 1993 - Dirty Water Sessions - 5 song demo
- Jeremy Simmonds, The Encyclopedia of Dead Rock Stars, Chicago Review Press, 2008, ISBN 1-55652-754-3, pag. 312
- : Dogbone's CD review
- : Black Symphony - official website
- : Alex Masi - intervista
- : Rhett Forrester Encyclopedia Metallum
- - Rhett Forrester Cutting Edge
- : Artist at Hotshotdigital - Rhett Forrester
- : Artist at Hotshotdigital - Rhett Forrester Discography
- Rhett Forrester at Find a Grave
- Artist at Hotshotdigital - Rhett Forrester
- Rhett Forrester in The Music's Over
- Rhett Forrester in Discogs