AEROSMITH To Take Long Break After 'Bobo' Tour

AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry has told Launch Radio Networks that the group are planning on taking a long break after their current tour finishes in July.

The band have been on the road steadily since the release of 2001's "Just Push Play", and in that time, they've also managed to record two new songs for 2002's "O, Yeah! Ultimate Aerosmith Hits" and their new album "Honkin' On Bobo", which comes out Tuesday (March 30).

"We really need to recharge our batteries, so that when we get back together again, we'll have something to bring to the party," Perry told Launch Radio Networks. "So I think that after we, we finish this spring thing with CHEAP TRICK, and we're gonna go to Japan, finish up there, then we're gonna pull the plug for awhile, and just kind of chill out and work on some of our own private projects."

Perry said he expects AEROSMITH to take a year off before starting their next project.


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