TAB THE BAND Featuring AEROSMITH Guitarist's Sons: New Video Available

TAB THE BAND, the group featuring two of AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry's sons — singer/bassist Adrian Perry and guitarist Tony Perry — along with their friend Ben Tileston, has posted the video for its track "Where She Was On Monday" on YouTube. Watch the clip below.

"Where She Was On Monday" comes off TAB THE BAND's sophomore release, "Long Weekend", which is scheduled for release on August 12. Recorded at the Boneyard in Duxbury, Massachusetts, "Long Weekend" was written, recorded, produced and engineered by brothers Adrian and Tony Perry. The boys also helped mix the album with Kevin Ennis (who also mixed "Pulling Out Just Enough To Win").

According to, the album's theme is "about a girl living in the ritzy outskirts of a big city, messing around with her absentee parents' rich friends, taking trips to the city on her own and living dangerously. The songs take on the perspectives of her, her middle-aged wealthy suitors, and the 'good guy' at her school who laments over her dalliances. Ultimately, it doesn't work out and she finds herself, once again, in the hands of another ne'er-do-well midlife crisis fellow."


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