A tape with rough guitar riffs recorded at Joe’s old Duxbury home basement, in Cohasset, Massachusetts, was recorded with a simple tape machine containing 10 riff ideas and variations. The full tape run for 1h41m40s but included extensive blank spaces and the same recording repeated twice, with the second pass sounding lower and clearer. Riff … More JOE PERRY Duxbury Basement “RUFF RIFFS” from before the Boneyard was a studio
“I had a Dream” is one of the songs Joe Perry started writing in 2004 and considered for his 2005 self-titled solo album. Demoed at Joe’s basement studio, the Boneyard, in late July 2004, it consisted mostly of a couple of guitar riffs and early ideas for the vocal melody. The demo had a “full … More “I HAD A DREAM” the forgotten full band JOE PERRY solo demo from 2004
Perry’s was involved in five songs for the Brad Furman-directed film, City Of Lies, featuring friend and band member Johnny Depp. These include score with his input and riffs, and new songs co-written with Alberto Bof. One of the songs was “Kick In The Door)” by The Notorious B.I.G., remixed by Brad Furman and Alberto … More “KICK IN THE DOOR” Perry collaboration with The Notorious B.I.G. for Johnny Depp’s movie ‘City of Lies’
“Call my Name” is one of the songs Joe Perry started writing in 2004 and considered for his 2005 self-titled solo album. Demoed at Joe’s basement studio, the Boneyard, in mid-April 2004, consisting mostly of a couple of guitar riffs and early ideas for the lyrics. Running at 112bpm, the demo was recorded on top … More “CALL MY NAME” the Joe Perry demo started in the Boneyard in 2004
The story of a box full of Aerosmith items being found in a London dumpster in 1998 was originally posted in the AF1 forums around 2003 and gained quite a lot of attention from fans. Believed to have been found outside a Sony Europe UK office, the archive contained an unseen/heard cornucopia of Aerosmith “treasures” … More AEROSMITH LONDON DUMPSTER DATs: the story and the songs they hold!
“Wait for the Night” is a song Joe Perry wrote with Brad Withford when Withford joined the Joe Perry project for some time in 1982/83. Perry narrates on their 1997 autobiography “Walk this Way”: “…The one good thing was that Brad Withford started to work with me. We started doing three dates with him in … More “WAIT FOR THE NIGHT” the Perry/Withford early reunion song
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
Before Aerosmith, Joe Perry and Tom Hamilton were in a band called “The Jam Band” with high school friend Pudge Scott. They recorded a self-titled album on August 30th, 1969 with two Shure microphones over an audience at “The Barn” (a club where The Jam Band and The Chain Reaction frequented) and was taped with … More “THE JAM BAND” JOE PERRY and TOM HAMILTON’s 1969 band with an unreleased album!
Aerosmith’s longtime songwriting collaborator, Marti Frederiksen, participated in the Rock N’ Roll Fantasy camp program with a virtual Master Class via Zoom on 2020/07/27. He interacted with +20 fans from around the world for 90 minutes, including stories about the writing process of Aerosmith‘s songs with Joe Perry and Steven Tyler (Jaded, Nine Lives, Beyond … More MARTI FREDERKISEN open to writing and producing NEW Aerosmith songs and talks details of their outtakes during Rock N’ Roll Fantasy MasterClass
“Give it Away” or “Give it a Push” is the working title of a rock song that didn’t make the final cut of Aerosmith’s Nine Lives album. It’s speculated that it was originally written by Perry and Frederiksen during the 1995/1996 early pre-production session, and demoed at the Avatar studios in NY, possibly under Glen … More “GIVE IT AWAY” a Perry/Frederiksen rough demo for Nine Lives that Steven Tyler liked enough to try