AEROSMITH's TYLER, PERRY Interviewed On Costa Rica's 97.9 FM (Video)
AEROSMITH's Steven Tyler and Joe Perry were interviewed on the 97.9 FM radio station in San José, Costa Rica. You can now watch the chat in two parts below.
Out now is AEROSMITH's latest concert film, "Rock For The Rising Sun". The concert doc was filmed during the band's 2011 Japanese dates, which closely followed a massive earthquake, a monstrous tsunami, and the subsequent meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear plant.
The film's director, Casey Patrick Tebo, was able to zero in on AEROSMITH's now 35-year relationship with its fans in Japan and chronicled how the band — who was advised not to play the dates — helped their fans heal from the triple tragedy.
Last year's "Music From Another Dimension!" set marked AEROSMITH's first collection of all-new material in 11 years. The album debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard album chart, selling 63,000 copies in its first week of release.
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