Hard-Rocking Sons Are Stars In AEROSMITH Guitarist's Eyes
BostonHerald.com reports: Two of AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry's brood are aspiring rock stars — singer/bassist Adrian Perry and guitarist Tony Perry, who along with their friend Ben Tileston make up TAB THE BAND. Until now, Joe has tried not to stand in their spotlight. But recently, Joe enlisted TAB to back him up for what could be a rare Perry posse gig February 8 at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut.
"I don't want them to be my (permanent) backing band and they don't want to be my backing band," said Perry from his Duxbury home. "But a few opportunities recently came up where it would work, so we decided to try it."
Late last year, Perry was asked to perform at a New York City launch party for the Guitar Hero III video game. One problem: He didn't have a backup band. But he heard his sons banging out some tunes in his basement, told the caller to hold on, went downstairs and popped the question. To his surprise, Adrian and Tony agreed.
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