Jon Chesto of The Patriot Ledger reports: AEROSMITH drummer Joey Kramer won't be promoting a new recording at his next big launch party. Instead, he'll be celebrating the opening of a skateboard and clothing boutique in the heart of Boston's fashion district.Kramer has teamed up with John Nichols, the owner of the Technical skate shop on Route 53 in Norwell, to open another Technical store on Newbury Street in the Back Bay. "The thing that I first picked up about him was his passion about the (skateboarding) culture," said Kramer, a Marshfield resident. "I know, from my own experience, that somebody I feel that kind of passion from doing something they love to do is going to be successful." The second Technical store is slated to open on June 30 in a 1,000-square-foot, first-floor space between Exeter and Fairfield streets. Kramer and Nichols hope to appeal to hard-core skaters as well as casual fans of the culture and clothing. Red the entire article at The Patriot Ledger.
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