JOE PERRY: AEROSMITH Will Record Blues Album During Winter
AEROSMITH will spend the winter following the completion of their current North American tour recording a blues album, a concept that has been dear lead guitarist Joe Perry's heart for years, the 51-year-old axeman told CNN.com. The CD's release will be followed by a tour of intimate U.S. venues and a trek through Europe.
In other news, Perry has just launched a line of condiments called Joe Perry's Rock Your World Boneyard Brew Hot Sauce. He is also starting his own record label, tentatively called Boneyard Records. Its first signing will be THE PORCH GHOULS, a Memphis-based group he described as "a cross between early LED ZEPPELIN and the (country-themed) 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' record on steroids."
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