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Steve Tyler Urged Alice Cooper To Not Let Joe Perry Perform

10/20/2016
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Hollywood Vampires

(Classic Rock) Alice Cooper has revealed that Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler asked him not to let guitarist Joe Perry go back on stage after his mid-tour collapse in July.

Perry was on the road with the Hollywood Vampires when he suffered a health alert, which was rumored to have been related to his heart at first. He was back in action less than two weeks later - but not before Tyler had expressed concern for his longtime colleague, saying: "I know how to maintain my health. I don't think he knows how to."

Cooper tells CBS Local: "I didn't realise Aerosmith only did two shows a week. Honestly, I just figured everybody was like me. I do five shows a week, and very physical shows."

He continues: "Steven called me and said, 'Hey, don't put him back on stage - I'm afraid.' I went, 'Look, I'm going to talk to him and see how he is.' I went up to his room. He looked unbelievable, sounded great, got up and played the whole show. I never heard him play that good, so he's back." Read more here.

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