Launch Radio Networks reports: AEROSMITH resumes their latest tour tonight (Thursday, March 2) in Hollywood, Florida, with CHEAP TRICK along as the opening act. Lead guitarist Joe Perry told Launch he hopes that for this leg of the tour and the rest of the year, AEROSMITH will continue digging into their catalog for rarely-played gems. "One of the things that I've noticed at this end of a 35-year career, as with a lot of other bands — there's not a lot of us out there — but there are a lot of albums and a lot of album cuts that the band likes hearing," he said.AEROSMITH has 21 dates scheduled for their latest tour, which ends April 15 in Sacramento, California. Their latest release is the concert set "Rockin' The Joint (Live At The Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas)", which was recorded at a January 2002 show. It's available on both CD and DVD. Perry said that AEROSMITH hopes to start working on a new album in the spring. It will be their first studio project since 2004's "Honkin' On Bobo".
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