Aerosmith’s lead guitarist Joe Perry has an idea about what’s wrong with the music industry — and according to him, it has nothing to do with the actual music.
Linda Kramer said the media was “blowing out of proportion” her husband’s illness.
Perry also revealed that Alice Cooper and Johnny Depp were in on the session, though Perry remains tight-lipped on what exactly the sessions were for.
Has there ever been a rock band who were as popular and commercially viable for as long as Aerosmith? From their 1973 self-titled debut through their No. 1 1998 hit “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing,” the band were a juggernaut in the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s. By now, it’d be easy for them to coast on the strength of their hits in concert.
Aerosmith remain a timeless rock headliner.
Aerosmith are just about finished with their European tour, which has seen them playing in front of huge audiences in Russia, Germany, Finland, Denmark and Italy, among other countries.
In same time frame the venue also has scheduled performances from Nine Inch Nails and Aerosmith that could be impacted.
Some of New England’s greatest musical exports are coming together for “Boston Strong: An Evening Of Support And Celebration,” a huge fundraiser to take place at Boston’s TD Garden on May 30. Tickets from the show will benefit the One Fund Boston, a foundation set up by Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick and Boston mayor Thomas Menino to help those most affected by the tragic events that occurred on April 15.
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THE CASE: After 50 years on the stage, should classic rockers consider hanging it up over a little thing like a 70th birthday?