AEROSMITH Guitarist Says He Has Material Ready For Next Solo Album

AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry has told Billboard.com that he recorded enough material during the sessions for his new self-titled solo CD (due May 3) that he was left with several extra tracks he hopes will form "the backbone of another record. I will definitely put out another solo record after this one. I'm not sure when, but I'd like it to be more sooner than later," he said.

With AEROSMITH set to reconvene in late summer or early fall to plot its next move, Perry admitted that a full tour in support of his album is "out of the question." But he said he "may ask a few friends to sit in with me on a few dates to promote the record. It would be some guys I know that would play the s—t out of the stuff and be able to knock it off pretty quick."

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