AEROSMITH: 'Roadie for a Day' TV Segment Posted Online

AEROSMITH recently allowed the crew of the CBS' "The Early Show" backstage and into their Hershey, PA show where CBS's own Dave Price was an AEROSMITH roadie for a day. Check out what Dave had to say about his "Roadie for a Day" experience at the CBS News web site. Watch the "Roadie for a Day" TV segment, which originally aired on July 2, at this location.

As previously reported, AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry recently told syndicated columnist Marilyn Beck that the group will take a year off after they wrap up their Japanese tour on July 25. According to Perry, the band haven't had a vacation of longer than three weeks over the past four years and will use some of the downtime to work on some side projects. The group will also appear in the upcoming "Get Shorty" sequel "Be Cool", starring John Travolta and Uma Thurman.

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