Following the breakup of Love/Hate, he then sang on the L.A. Guns album Shrinking Violet. He also sang with one version of Ratt from 1998 to 2006.
Pearl has released the solo albums Just A Boy and Vegas Must Die. Vegas Must Die was released on July 19, 2005 on Shrapnel Records. The album contains eleven songs. Jizzy produced the album himself, which was engineered by Michael Lardie of Great White/Night Ranger.
His vocal style has changed considerably over the years, with only the opener, 'Hit And Miss' serving up the patented Jizzy whine. But his voice is a lot richer, and he takes different tones to different tunes, almost playing characters in his own stories.
Besides singing and songwriting Jizzy has also turned his hand to story writing, writing 3 books to date "I Got More Crickets Than Friends", "Angst For The Memories" – and 2006's, "Unhappy Endings", a collection of short stories, all of which are all slightly twisted, bizarre.
In 2009, Pearl returned to front L.A. Guns (the Tracii Guns version), after a 10-year absence from the band. In September 2011, he announced that he's leaving L.A. Guns. Not long after he left the group, the Tracii Guns incarnation of the group disbanded.
In 2013, Pearl joined Quiet Riot, replacing then vocalist Scott Vokoun. The band decided to record a new album with Pearl that they set for release in early 2014.
That effort became Quiet Riot 10 (also alternatively known as just 10), which was the twelfth studio album by the heavy metal band and featured a mix of songs with Pearl as well as live tracks with founder vocalist Kevin DuBrow. The album came out on June 27, 2014. It has received mixed to positive reviews from publications such as KNAC.com and Music Enthusiast Magazine.