It almost sounds like I’m setting you up for a joke. Joe Perry and Paul McCartney meet up at a recording studio to drop some tracks with Alice Cooper’s Hollywood Vampires. Joe turns to McCartney and says…. Joe talks about it… Hollywood Vampires new album drops September 11th
More on WR FX 99.7
Joe Perry's interview
When it comes to rock history, the class of 1973 was a great one: debut recordings from Queen, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Lindsay Buckingham & Stevie Nicks, Bruce Springsteen, the New York Dolls, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Blue Oyster Cult and Aerosmith.
Joe Perry called in to support the new movie Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014 and just say HEY. We talked about: Continue reading Aerosmith’s Joe Perry Interview on Scully’s show
Aerosmith - Oasis In The Night (Bonus Track)
Aerosmith founding member Joe Perry’s volatile bond with frontman Steven Tyler is chronicled in his memoir, “Rocks: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith.” The guitarist also has recorded five solo albums and this year produced a Christmas EP. The 64-year-old father of three sons has been married twice — since 1985 to current wife Billie — and although he no longer pilots his own plane, he and his wife spend time relaxing with their horses or scuba diving.
Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With Joe Perry
Continue reading Patricia Sheridan’s Breakfast With … Joe Perry
Nerdist 616 - Joe Perry
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry chats with Chris about where they thought Aerosmith was going in the early days of the band, his views on Roswell and aliens, and his holiday EP. He also talks about his book ROCKS: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith, in which he tells numerous stories about Aerosmith and more!
By Chris Hardwick for Nerdist
One of the two principal members of Aerosmith, Joe Perry, has shared stories of their career in a new book, Rocks: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith. He and fellow “toxic twin” of Aerosmith, singer Steven Tyler, were the primary architects of the sound that defined teenagers lives in recurring decades, defying the typical path of success to become a multigenerational phenomenon. He took time to provide insight into the Boston band’s four decades of work with HPR All Things Considered Local Host – and former Boston resident himself – Dave Lawrence.