AEROSMITH: JOEY KRAMER And Son To Perform On Upcoming Tour
According to the Boston Herald, on-the-mend AEROSMITH sticksman Joey Kramer won't entirely sit out the Boston Bad Boys' new tour that kicks off at the end of the month. The band's longtime drummer, who is recovering from rotator cuff surgery, will be performing with the group when they hit the road with LENNY KRAVITZ.
However, Joey's sticks-wielding son Jesse will be ready to pound the skins when Dad's pain becomes overbearing and he takes time out from the group's set to ice his shoulder backstage.
Word is, Jesse, 24, is rehearsing with the band after getting a quickie primer on the old and new AERO-tunes from the old man.
"They really, really didn't want to go out of the family to get a drummer," said a backstage spy. "It was actually Brad (Whitford) who called Steven [Tyler] to put the bug in his ear about Jesse, who has been playing the L.A. club scene for quite a while. And it's not like they didn't know what he could do. He's been touring with them since he was a little kid!"
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