AEROSMITH Guitarist Plays Impromptu Set At FANCY FOOD SHOW

According to the Boston Globe, AEROSMITH's Joe Perry played an impromptu set Sunday (July 10) at the Fancy Food Show in New York, tearing through ''Johnny B. Goode" for an audience that included former Windows on the World chef Michael Lomonaco, ''Iron Chef" Masaharu Morimoto, and Boston foodie flack Marlo Fogelman. Check out pictures from Wire Image.

Perry has a couple of signature hot-sauce creations — Mango-Peach Tango hot sauce and the "Rock Your World" Boneyard Brew hot sauce — available online and in quality food venues.

Hard Rock Café currently serves Rock Your World Mango-Peach Tango with its quesadillas and uses it for the Mighty Mango Mary, a twisted take on the classic Bloody Mary.

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