AEROSMITH Guitarist Grateful For Happy Family At Christmas

Launch Radio Networks is reporting that AEROSMITH has sold millions of albums and played in front of millions of fans, so lead guitarist Joe Perry has a different set of thrills in his life now. With the holiday season here, Perry told Launch that being the husband and father to a happy family is what he really enjoys these days. "Every Christmas that I have with my family is magic," he said. "You know, the fact that I have such great kids, and such an amazing wife, every Christmas is like that to me. And we're all together — that's an accomplishment and an amazing thing."

Perry recently released his Mango Peach Tango hot sauce, which is featured at all Hard Rock Cafe locations in a special quesadilla that he authorized. The guitarist is finishing up a solo album for a tentative March release. He's planning some dates around it, but nothing's been announced yet.

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