Former AEROSMITH Guitarist JIMMY CRESPO To Perform Entire 'Rock In A Hard Place' Album
Former AEROSMITH lead guitarist Jimmy Crespo will commemorate the 30th anniversary of the band's "Rock In A Hard Place" album by performing the LP in its entirety backed by SIN CITY SINNERS.
The event will take place in Las Vegas on November 3 at The Railhead (inside Boulder Station) and will be a free show.
Jimmy is best known as the man who replaced Joe Perry in AEROSMITH from 1979 to 1984. In addition to appearing on the "Night In The Ruts" album, Jimmy co-wrote the majority of songs and performed almost all the guitar on "Rock In A Hard Place".
SIN CITY SINNERS' own Zach Throne will handle the lead vocals for this special event, with special guests Ron Keel (KEEL), Paul Shortino (ROUGH CUTT, QUIET RIOT), Frank Dimino (ANGEL) and Louie Merlino (BEGGARS & THIEVES) each singing a track. Rounding out the night will be Brent Muscat (FASTER PUSSYCAT) on guitar, Rob Cournoyer (RAGING SLAB) on drums and Michael T. Ross (LITA FORD, MISSING PERSONS) on keyboards.
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