AEROSMITH Guitarist Putting Finishing Touches On New Solo Album

AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry has told that he's just finishing mixing the follow-up to his 2005 Grammy Award-nominated solo album, "Joe Perry", and expects it to be mastered next week. He plans to release a single in late July or early August, with the album coming out this fall.

"It's a lot different than the last one," Perry told "The last one was a straight-ahead rocker. This one's got some different things on it." The album was recorded in about seven weeks at Perry's home studio, The Boneyard; he shares lead vocal duties with a German singer his wife, Billie, discovered on the Internet, and there's one instrumental track. David Hull from the JOE PERRY PROJECT and Ben Tileston, who plays with two of Perry's sons in TAB THE BAND, were also involved.

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