AEROSMITH Plotting Out Three Different Album Projects

Launch Radio Networks reports: AEROSMITH just released a new live album called "Rockin' the Joint", but they've also got a few other projects in mind. Lead guitarist Joe Perry told the Rhode Island newspaper The Providence Journal that the band will start work on a new studio album in the spring, while two other records are in the works — one is a covers record featuring pop and rock classics from the 1960s, while the other will have them re-recording some of their classic songs. Perry said, "I'm certainly a better guitar player than I was in 1973." There's no word on when any of the albums will be released.

AEROSMITH and LENNY KRAVITZ bring their tour to the Dunkin' Donuts Civic Center in Providence tonight (Monday, November 14).

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