AEROSMITH Guitarist Launches New Line Of Hot Sauce

Jennifer Roy of the Daily News Tribune is reporting that AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry launched his newest hot sauce creation, Mango-Peach Tango, at Jake's Dixie Roadhouse on Moody Street in Waltham, MA Thursday night (Nov. 11).

Wearing sunglasses and dressed head-to-toe in black, fans lucky enough to get into the bar/restaurant clamoured to catch a glimpse and take a picture of the soft-spoken musician.

"This is over the top, it's crazy busy," said Don Yovicsin, the owner of Jake's.

He said he met the rocker about a year ago when he catered a function Perry attended. Yovicsin said Perry enjoyed the food so much he asked him to cater a party at his Duxbury home for the release of AEROSMITH's latest album, "Honkin on Bobo".

The job fell through, however, when the album's release was delayed.

"He promised me an appearance," said Yovicsin, who hosted a launch party for Perry's first sauce — Joe Perry's Rock Your World Boneyard Brew — in 2002. Perry did not attend.

But he was in the city last night, complete with leather pants and an entourage.

"I'm half Portuguese and half Italian, hot food is in my blood," said Perry, who doesn't go on tour without a stash of hot sauce. "I'm always looking for new and exciting tastes. I've been a fan of hot, spicy food for as long as I can remember." Read more.

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