AEROSMITH's JOE PERRY To Shoot Fashion Spread With Model Son

According to the Boston Herald's "Inside Track", AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry will shortly shoot a fall fashion spread with his 18-year-old model son, Tony, for designing divo John Varvatos.

"We've thought about doing some stuff on the West Coast for the [new solo] record, but we're undecided right now," said Perry. "Frankly, I'm ready to lay on the beach."

But not before posing for the father-and-son fashion spread and checking out his 10-second cut-ins of "Shakin' My Cage" and "Push Comes to Shove" that ABC plans to use during the NBA Finals.

"It's been an exciting time," Joe told the Boston Herald. "But as much fun as it's been working on the new album, I really appreciate working with other guys (meaning Steven Tyler & Co.). I had to do everything myself, making four times as many calls, make four times as many decisions, but I guess it comes with the territory."

The plan is for the Bad Boys to reunite in September and hit the road in October.

Tyler, who's had some upheaval on the spousal front (his wife, Teresa, left him for a younger man), is "doin' OK," said Perry.

"I can't keep track of him — he's riding motorcycles, doing charity work. Last month, he was busy remixing our live album. He's doing good."


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