D is back at it, but this time without the whole Aerosmith pack. The Lawrence-born guitar icon just announced a small selection of shows he’ll be playing with pals. Continue reading Sweet emotion as Joe Perry reveals gigs
Boston Rock / Talk Podcast with Joe Perry
We’ve seen what Monster can do with a boombox before. Alex was quite impressed with what he saw from the Superstar Monster Blaster back when he reviewed it. Monster is back with a brand new Monster Blaster, and this time they’ve partnered with Joe Perry to help tune a special Classic Rock setting on the speaker. Keep reading to see how the Monster Blaster Classic Rock edition performs in this full review. Continue reading Monster Blaster Classic Rock review: Classic rock tuning from Joe Perry himself
Despite where your loyalties may lie as a fan, we all concede that there are a handful of bands that are true rock legends and Aerosmith is definitely up there among them. Created in the ’70s in Boston, MA, USA, the “Bad Boys from Boston”, as they are sometimes called, managed to catapult to superstar status by giving us rock gems like Cryin’, Crazy and the timeless classic ballad I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing.
Now, founding member Joe Perry says he wants Aerosmith to join forces again and record new material, so could this be what die-hard fans have been long waiting for? Continue reading Aerosmith Might Be Recording New Material On The Eve Of 50th Anniversary
On this episode, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry dishes on ‘Sweetzerland Manifesto,’ an all new solo album that was produced by Johnny Depp and features all-star guest vocalists. The legend also discusses the future with Aerosmith and Hollywood Vampires, his relationship with Extreme vocalist Gary Cherone, working with his son, Terry Reid, and much more!
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Joe Perry Gets Real
Ever since Aerosmith announced that they would be embarking on their farewell tour, reports have been rather mixed on whether or not Aerosmith will continue to write and record music. Some band members have said yes, others have said no, and now we’re all just too confused to decipher a definite answer from the band. To make things worse, Joe Perry was asked about this and gave an even more vague answer…
In a recent interview with SiriusXM, Joe Perry opened up about the possibility of creating a new Aerosmith album. Here is what he had to say…
“I don’t know if we have time to do a whole record, but Steven Tyler and I have talked about getting together and at least throwing some stuff out before we start up again. It’s really about the tempo and the schedule. Obviously, we’ve slowed down somewhat from how we used to tour, but anything’s possible. I don’t know yet.”
“Everybody’s vibe is we’d like to have some new material. But we’ve got so many songs that we haven’t played in so long, and other songs that we’ve never played, so there are a lot of things to come into consideration when you talk about a new record. Sometimes I think about, ‘What’s the point?’ We’ve got all these songs that we’ve already written that have been on these albums that we’d love to play that no one’s ever heard before. And I certainly love recording, and I could see it happening.”
I guess at this point, like I say time and time again, time will tell. Personally, I think one last great record from Aerosmith would be a great way to cap off their stellar multi-decade career, but that’s just me…
By Daily Rock Box
Joe Perry admitted he sometimes wonders if there’s any point in Aerosmith making another album, but he talked up the chances of some new songs being recorded before the band end its career.
The veteran rockers’ last LP, Music From Another Dimension!, arrived in 2012. Last year, they reported they had started tracking a new song. Band members had been discussing the value of a new album for some time.
“I don’t know if we have time to do a whole record, but Steven [Tyler] and I have talked about getting together and at least throwing some stuff out before we start up again,” Perry said in a recent interview with SiriusXM (via Blabbermouth). He reported that he and singer Tyler had both put in some studio time. “It’s really about the tempo and the schedule,” he said. “Obviously, we’ve slowed down somewhat from how we used to tour, but anything’s possible. I don’t know yet.”
The guitarist noted that no band discussions had taken place, though he felt “everybody’s vibe is we’d like to have some new material. But we’ve got so many songs that we haven’t played in so long, and other songs that we’ve never played, so there are a lot of things to come into consideration when you talk about a new record. Sometimes I think about, ‘What’s the point?’ We’ve got all these songs that we’ve already written that have been on these albums that we’d love to play that no one’s ever heard before. And I certainly love recording, and I could see it happening.”
Asked whether there was any truth to the rumor that Aerosmith could play a Las Vegas residency, Perry said the idea had been talked about, but nothing had been decided. “I imagine we’ll do it at some point,” he said.
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Want a break from the day job as an A-list movie star? Worried that your reported net worth of $200 million has dwindled to a fraction of what it was? Do you love rock and roll and play in a mean band? Then go on an international tour, give the fans what they want and have a lot of fun. Johnny Depp is just about to do just that in a supergroup with Alice Cooper and Joe Perry. The Hollywood Vampires confirms its first tour since 2016, with its first –ever U.K. dates announced today to slot into an already-revealed European schedule. Continue reading Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper, Joe Perry Gear Up For Hollywood Vampires Tour