Joe Perry Has Mixed Feelings About Future Aerosmith Music (Week In Review)
The Boston giants can't decide whether to work on a follow-up to 2012's Music From Another Dimension - although with time off coming up next year, they might have the space to focus on the project.
Perry tells HNGN: "Like Billy Joel said, 'I'm not going to make new records - why should I spend the money? Why should I bust my ass when all people want to hear is Uptown Girl?' He's got a point."
But he adds: "There's always the chance that you can have a hit. You just never know. A lot of the hardcore fans want some new music, but I'd say the majority are looking forward to the next time we're playing live, and playing some of the old standards.
"We'll see how the touring goes and just see how that plays out. The main thing is still getting out on the road - then we'll figure out if and when we're going to try to come up with a record that's worth doing." Read more - here.
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