AEROSMITH Guitarist Enjoying Holiday In Vermont

Launch Radio Networks reports: While AEROSMITH is on a holiday break from its current North American tour, guitarist Joe Perry and his wife, Billie, are hunkered down at their new spread in Vermont. The farmhouse was built in 1790, and Perry told Launch it serves the couple's purposes well. "It's our getaway," he aid. "It's a dream we've always had. We love horses, and we've had horses for going on 18 years and we decided someday is now."

The Perrys have five horses and are hoping to get more to raise on the farm.

Perry is nominated for a Grammy award in the Best Rock Instrumental Performance category for "Mercy", a track from his self-titled solo album released earlier this year.

AEROSMITH returns to the road on January 5 in Orlando, Florida, and has dates booked into late February.


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