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Aerosmith’s Joe Perry Sets Loose Guitar Laced Holiday Rock With “Run Run Rudolph”
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Having found spare time after touring in support of his recently released memoir ‘Rocks: My Life In And Out of Aerosmith,’ guitarist Joe Perry decided to fulfill an aspiration he has had for some time, and that’s to provide his own take on a collection of holiday songs.


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Aerosmith’s Joe Perry Celebrating the Holidays With New EP of Christmas Guitar Rock
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With lead vocalist Steven Tyler currently touring alongside the members of the rock supergroup Kings of Chaos, which features such prominent names as ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons and Cheap Trick mainman Robin Zander, and the remainder of Aerosmith recuperating from their recent run with Slash, this break provided Perry with an ideal opportunity.


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Joe Perry Explains How His Autobiography is More Authentic Than Your Average Rock Book
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The effort marked the third time where a member of the rock group released their own tell-all accounts, with Perry falling behind lead vocalist Steven Tyler and drummer Joey Kramer, however the guitarist notes that his release is more authentic than most currently on the shelves.


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Joe Perry Partially Agrees With Gene Simmons’ “Rock is Dead” Diagnosis
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Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry is one of the most recent faces within the rock community to react to Gene Simmons’ recent controversial claim that “rock is finally dead” during an interview with his son Nick for Esquire magazine last month.


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Aerosmith Frontman Steven Tyler Preparing Country-Influenced Solo Album in Nashville
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While the release date for Steven Tyler’s debut solo album has been pushed back to next year, as opposed to the tentative update provided in September 2013, the Aerosmith frontman has confirmed that he is now heading back into the studio in Nashville to resume work on the effort. What will appear on Tyler’s forthcoming album has yet to be decided, as the vocalist compared writing new material to “panning for gold,” however we may find some country influences in the end product.


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Slash Accredits Touring With Aerosmith to Having “Really Upped” His Band’s Performances
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Throughout the past month, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators have been assisting their fellow rock heavyweight contenders Aerosmith to “Let Rock Rule” on the band’s summer tour of North America. The opportunity to perform alongside one of their cited inspirations placed Slash and company into a somewhat awkward position, considering their new album ‘World on Fire’ isn’t due for release until September 15, however the guitarist claims that they’ve benefited from it.


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Steven Tyler Details Planned Collaboration With Extreme’s Nuno Bettencourt For “More Than Words”
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Two of the most recent additions to the rock supergroup Kings of Chaos lineup, Steven Tyler and Extreme guitarist Nuno Bettencourt are planning to provide audiences during the band’s upcoming South African tour with a truly unique collaboration. Tyler revealed during a recent conversation with native broadcast station 94.7, he described their upcoming trek as “crazy off the hook” and detailed one of the tour’s special performances, which will have the Aerosmith frontmen handling vocals during the Extreme power ballad, “More Than Words.”


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Joey Kramer’s Heart Complications Force Aerosmith to Cancel California Concert
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Aerosmith have announced that they had to cancel their concert last night (August 13) at the Concord Pavilion in Concord, California, due to the sudden health complications of drummer Joey Kramer. “The band regrets not being able to perform for their fans,” a message on Aerosmith’s official Facebook page reads, before directing ticket holders to the point for purchase for refunds.


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Tom Hamilton Says Aerosmith’s Last Album Didn’t Fair Well Because Fans “Didn’t Do Their Homework”
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From a musical standpoint, there was little standing in the way of ‘Music from Another Dimension’ becoming another standout success for the members of Aerosmith; to certain degrees, it was, with the album’s singles “Legendary Child,” “Lover Alot,” and the romanticized power ballad “What Could Have Been Love” all becoming Top 50 hits for the band, with the latter receiving particular acclaim in Japan.


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Joe Perry Says Aerosmith May Only Release Groups of Two or Three New Songs
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It’s no secret that the consistently alternating music industry, as well as an outbreak of piracy methods via the internet has taken a noticeable impact on the way new studio albums from established artists move off of the shelves. According to guitarist Joe Perry during a recent interview with Billboard, it may also be affecting the possibility of a new Aerosmith effort.


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