AEROSMITH Gear Up For Tour, Live Album

AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry has told Billboard.com that the band will reconvene in late August or early September to prepare for a tour that will begin in the fall.

The group also has begun sifting through material for a prospective live CD/DVD. "We're trying to find a show that has been recorded from beginning to end," Perry said. "That's something the fans have been requesting: a stone cold live record with a video."

"Some of the shows we're looking at are from the last year, but who knows," the guitarist continued. "We just heard about somebody who had a bunch of tapes from 1972. It might be fun to watch some of that on the B-side."

As for the follow-up to 2004's blues-inspired collection "Honkin' on Bobo", Perry revealed that AEROSMITH will try to return to the studio "during a break in the tour sometime next year." And while "Bobo" was recorded in Perry's basement studio, the Boneyard, the next set likely will be put to tape in a new facility the band built within their Boston office.

Read more at Billboard.com.

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