Aerosmith may soon release more music from their extensive archives.
The legendary band celebrated their 50th anniversary last year by releasing ‘1971: The Road Starts Here,’ featuring early demos and recordings from rehearsals. Joe Perry said there’s more where that came from.
Perry said the music on ‘The Road Starts Here’ “sounded so good” that it made him want to listen to more of their old music. He said they have “so much” music that they decided not to use for some reason, including alternative takes of songs and more.
Perry also said they have live recordings of all their shows since the 80s, and may release something old instead of recording new music.
Joe said, "We have show upon show. There's just so much material there, so much video, and we're finding so much more."
Perry added, they are "looking over the next two or three years at releasing this stuff, decade by decade in different formats," sharing, "There's a lot of stuff there. At the same time, we're still out there touring, so it's not like we're just going to sit back and curate our museum, so to speak. It's part of our history, but we're still going out there and doing it."
[Source: Ultimate Classic Rock; Courtesy of Dr. Dave’s Ultimate Prep]