AEROSMITH Guitarist And His Sons Interviewed; Video Available

NBC 30's Yvonne Nava spoke with AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry and two of his sons ahead of their concert tonight (Friday, February 8) at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut. Watch the interview at this location.

For more than 35 years, Perry has been traveling the world with his band AEROSMITH.

From platinum albums to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the New England native has accomplished just about everything.

But for all the awards and accolades, Perry couldn't be more proud of what he's doing these days.

His two sons have decided to join the rock 'n' roll circus. Adrian, 26, and Tony, 21, formed their own band called TAB.

Their band will be performing with Perry at Foxwoods.

The Perry boys said if they are to be successful, their claim to fame will be their live performances.


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