AEROSMITH To Publish Photographic History reports: AEROSMITH have already written one bestselling autobiography ("Walk This Way"), so for their next career retrospective, they want to do something a little different. The band's literary agent is currently shopping a proposal to New York publishers to do a photographic history called "Aero/Vison", which would capture AEROSMITH's emergence as rock icons, spanning their early years in high school and garage bands to headlining Madison Square Garden and beyond. The photos will come from the archives of private collectors, record labels and the portfolios of famous photographers, while the text (about 25,000 words' worth) will come from the bandmembers themselves, as they tell their story in their own voices, according to the proposal.


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