Gary Graff of Billboard.com reports that Steven Tyler's Los Angeles-based attorney, Skip Miller, fired off a letter to AEROSMITH manager Howard Kaufman last week requesting that AEROSMITH's management "immediately cease and desist from engaging in acts and conduct to the harm and detriment of your own client, AEROSMITH, and our client who is one of its members." Miller subsequently told Billboard.com that on behalf of Tyler he's called a meeting of AEROSMITH's "shareholders" on Feb. 9 to discuss the band's future, including recording a new album and touring this year of Europe and South America. The four-page letter also states that "we reserve all of our legal rights and remedies in this matter, including, without limitation, pursuing legal action for damages and other appropriate relief."Read the entire report from Billboard.com.
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