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JOE PERRY–legendary guitarist, co-founding member, principal songwriter and co-producer of Aerosmith–has assembled an all-star to perform alongside him at the sold-out record release show Tuesday, January 16 at Theatre in , .  The show comes three days before the release of his album.

collaborators Robin Zander (Cheap Trick), (The Dolls) and Terry Reid (solo artist/vocals) are among the already confirmed for show with special guests likely to join the power packed group.   They’ll be joined by Gary Cherone (/Van Halen), Dean and (Stone Temple Pilots), Buck Johnson (keyboards/vocals/Aerosmith) and David Goodstein (drums).

Set for release on his own Roman Records imprint (distributed worldwide by AMPED Distribution), –which is available for pre-order via iTunes and Amazon–marks JOE‘s sixth solo album and is comprised of 10 new tracks. They were all written or co-written by JOE (many with the album’s guest vocalists), except for a of “Eve Of Destruction” with JOE on lead vocals and on drums. The album features guest appearances from a long list of JOE’s friends, colleagues and and roll icons.  Highlights include “Aye, Aye, Aye,” which JOE co-wrote with the track’s vocalist Robin Zander,and three collaborations with David Johansen, who sings “I Wanna Roll,” “Haberdasher Blues,” and “I’m Going Crazy,” plus as many co-writes with Terry Reid whose lead vocals light up “I’ll Do Happiness,” (with on drums), “Sick & Tired” and “Won’t Let Me Go.”

The track listing is as follows:

Rumble In The Jungle (instrumental)

I’ll Do Happiness (featuring Terry Reid)

Aye, Aye, Aye (featuring Robin Zander)

I Wanna Roll (featuring David Johansen)

Sick & Tired (featuring Terry Reid)

Haberdasher Blues (featuring David Johansen)

Spanish Sushi (instrumental)

Eve Of Destruction (featuring Joe Perry)

I’m Going Crazy (featuring David Johansen)

Won’t Let Me Go (featuring Terry Reid)

About JOE PERRY:
Throughout his career, the electrifying lead guitarist of Aerosmith–America’s Greatest Rock & Roll Band–JOE PERRY has achieved permanent iconic stature in the pantheon of rock.  He has helped to his band, over the course of four decades, to sales of more than 150 million albums, critical acclaim, four Grammy Awards ( of which includes the -based instrumental “Boogie Man”) and induction into the and Roll Hall of Fame. JOE PERRY’s work with Aerosmith has resulted in an unending array of accolades and honors. Beyond their Grammy Awards and induction, other key milestones over the nearly 50 year history include:  12 Awards; two People’s Choice Awards; six Music Awards; eight Music Awards; 23 Boston Music Awards; and an Academy Award nomination for Best Song, “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” (from the soundtrack to Armageddon).

 

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