AEROSMITH Guitarist Films Segment For The Food Network
AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry taped a segment for the Food Network show "Food Finds" on Friday, June 27. The segment, which will air in the fall, focused on Joe's "Rock Your World Boneyard Brew" hot sauce.
In other news, Perry and AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler took part in a short video for the ESPY awards last week. The guys taped their segment in suburban Boston. Titled "Let's Get Loud", the video reportedly features appearances by a lot of other celebrities, including Chuck D. and Busta Rhymes.
The ESPYs will air live on July 16 on ESPN.
Also on the AEROSMITH-related front, the long-awaited film "This Thing of Ours" will be released soon at a theater near you. This indie film has tons of AEROSMITH ties, including the cinematic debut of Brad Whitford and musical contributions from Joe. Roman Records' (Perry's record label) own PORCH GHOULS are also scheduled to be on the soundtrack doing their rendition of "Roadhouse Blues", produced by Jack Douglas. Steven and Joe also appear in the PORCH GHOULS' video for the tune.
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