AEROSMITH Guitarist Confirms Title And Release Date For Solo Album

AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry will release a solo album inthe spring. Perry said that he's got everything worked out, from the title to the release date to the tour plans. "It's gonna be called 'Joe Perry', and it's gonna come out, probably, March 28th," he told Launch Radio Networks. "We'll do some form of promotional tour around it — regular paying gigs, to live radio shows, and everything in between. Some festivals, maybe some House Of Blues, some Hard Rock Cafes, maybe just some theaters — just all different kinds of things."

This will be Perry's fourth solo album, after 1980's "Let The Music Do The Talking", 1981's "I've Got The Rock'N'Rolls Again", and 1984's "Once A Rocker, Always A Rocker".


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