Steve Perry sues to stop release of old demos

Steve Perry has filed a suit to prevent the release of some lo-fi demos he sang on in 1991.

The Blast reports that Perry filed the complaint against a musician named Phil Brown, who Perry paid $1500 to record eight songs in his garage on an eight-track recorder. Perry's looking for an injunction to stop the tracks from being released and unspecified damages.

Perry's complaint says “he did not perform them as he would if the recordings were intended for public release” and that Brown is trying to release them now to cash in on the recent success of Perry's solo album Traces.

 
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