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Aerosmith's Joe Perry Recruits Iggy Pop, David Johansen For Solo Album

04/19/2016
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(hennemusic) Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry has revealed that Iggy Pop, David Johansen and Zak Starkey have been added to the lineup of players that will be featured on his next solo album.

Originally planned as an instrumental record, Perry has expanded the scope of the project currently in progress in a California studio due to his proximity to a number of singers in, or passing through, the area.

"One night, Iggy Pop stopped by the studio after he'd done a show here and listened to a couple of tunes," Perry tells Rolling Stone. "Within a couple hours, he had finished [recording] everything and that was really the turning point for the record. It was really, really good to go that way. And then Terry Reid sang on at least four songs, and David Johansen came in.

"I hadn't had a chance to work with him since the Seventies, since we were spending a lot of time together. We've been friends for such a long time, but we've never really had a chance to get in the studio and get in a solid situation. We got three or four tunes." Read more here.

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