Steven Tyler of Aerosmith has always been the most outspoken member of the band throughout the years, as most great frontmen tend to be. Lead guitarist Joe Perry has usually let his guitar do the talking for him, up until now. He put his axe down long enough to put pen to paper and open up his soul for the entire world to read about. The end result is a New York Times bestseller entitled ROCKS: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith. It’s a very honest look at Joe’s life in and out of one of the most iconic rock bands of all time. He tells of all the ups and downs, the drugs, how he managed not to kill Steven Tyler, and the unique bond between himself and four other bad boys from Boston. I spoke with Joe recently about his candid book and what the future holds in store for him. Continue reading INTERVIEW: JOE PERRY
Rocks: My Life in and Out of Aerosmith, the name of Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry’s new book is a play on the band’s classic ‘70s album which spawned such classic tracks as Back in the Saddle, Last Child and Combination.
But it also serves to express how the musical community views this seasoned rock and roll star. Quite simple, Joe Perry epitomizes the word rocks. Continue reading Joe Perry for Rock Cellar Magazine
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