“Bone to Bone” and how it got finished on the road

It’s not too often that the band premieres an unreleased song during a tour, and even less usual for them to perform an unfinished song. This is taken from a radio broadcast on KMET in Los Angeles as the band sits in with DJ Jim Ladd before the upcoming California World Music Festival show. Tyler … More “Bone to Bone” and how it got finished on the road

“Chiquita” the demo that Steven and Joe leaked to the radio in 1979!

Sources of leaks are often diverse, but there’s nothing like having the band members taking studio demos directly to a radio station before their release. This has happened quiet a few times over the decades, but this is the first recorded evidence that we’ve found so far. This recording is taken from a radio broadcast … More “Chiquita” the demo that Steven and Joe leaked to the radio in 1979!

Joe Perry contributes music to film & to release 7th solo album in 2021

A recent Blabbermouth article Joe’s involvement with a Vatican Conference on COVID-19, other Global Health Threats and his previous work with Dr. Rudy Tanzi revealed that Joe has been working on new solo material that would be ready for release in late 2021. Joe’s seventh studio album is due to come out later in 2021, … More Joe Perry contributes music to film & to release 7th solo album in 2021

“Three Mile Smile” from pre-production rehearsals in ’79, to “Connecticut”, Crespo’s solo, and Perry reclaiming it live in ’84

A studio tape leaked in recent years with one of the band’s pre-production rehearsal during a break from the road in early 1979. The tape contains several short clips of the band developing and trying to learn the riff sequense for what would become “Three Mile Smile”. It sounds like a later version of the … More “Three Mile Smile” from pre-production rehearsals in ’79, to “Connecticut”, Crespo’s solo, and Perry reclaiming it live in ’84

Pump (album)

Pump is the tenth studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, released in September 1989. Recording sessions took place in January–June 1989 at Little Mountain Sound, Vancouver, Canada. Other songs on Studio tapes:Demos ’88-’89: Fake fight – Brad’s no title – Jenny’s got a gun – Jamies got a gun vocal/keyboard – Anytime? – Ain’t enuogh … More Pump (album)

Get a Grip (album)

Get a Grip is the eleventh studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, released in April 1993 by Geffen Records. Get a Grip was the band’s last studio album to be released by Geffen before they returned to Columbia Records. Initial recording sessions took place in January–February, 1992 at A&M Studios, Los Angeles, and September–November, … More Get a Grip (album)

Big Ones (album)

Big Ones is one of the many compilation albums by the American rock band Aerosmith, released on November 1, 1994 by Geffen Records. Big Ones featured 12 hits from the band’s three consecutive multi-platinum albums, Permanent Vacation (1987), Pump (1989), and Get a Grip (1993), as well as the hit, “Deuces are Wild” from The … More Big Ones (album)

Aerosmith 50th Aniversary Boxset of Unreleased material: What we know so far…

We first heared about the band’s plan to release a boxset with unreleased material in June 2020 when Tom Hamilton commented: “At one time we did a cover of “Highway Star”, you know that song by Deep Purple? We do have a bunch of stuff, and we are in the process of working on a … More Aerosmith 50th Aniversary Boxset of Unreleased material: What we know so far…

Tom confirms Aerosmith is working on Box-Set with Unreleased material during Rock N’ Roll Fantasy MasterClass

Aerosmith’s Tom Hamilton participated in the Rock N’ Roll Fantasy camp program with a virtual Master Class via Zoom on 2020/06/28, where he interacted with +25 fans from around the world answering questions and playing bass for an hour. During the event Tom revealed having worked on a potential solo album, an autobiography, and the … More Tom confirms Aerosmith is working on Box-Set with Unreleased material during Rock N’ Roll Fantasy MasterClass

Hearing outtakes full and why they are not leaked

After years surfing the web, researching and collecting all the information I could find about the Aerosmith Outtakes, I travelled to Boston to see my first Aerosmith show in March 2006. Sadly Steven got his vocal chords injured and that lead to the tour getting cancelled. Not everything was bad, I got to meet a … More Hearing outtakes full and why they are not leaked

Why covers of FULL outtakes exist if they haven’t leaked?

In 2003 I heard the ‘Permanent Outtakes’ bootleg. I loved it, listening to it was a great experience, it made me feel like I was in the studio working with the band. It was also a master class of song production, and allowed an overview of the evolution of the song ideas through many different … More Why covers of FULL outtakes exist if they haven’t leaked?

Sources of leaks and information

Old Aerosmith.com from ’97 al ’99 hosting demo clips, unreleased videos and full outtake lyrics Live versions of un-released songs Interview comments from band members Copyright registration in ASCAP and BMI Website and personal archives of co-writters (Diane Warren, Jim Vallance and Richi Supa for example). Jhon Kalodner old web Leaked Bootlegs with full album … More Sources of leaks and information