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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Rock News for Tuesday 19th January, 2010

Joe Perry still looking at other alternatives to Steven Tyler?

If what Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry had to say to The Toronto Sun paper recently is to be believed, it seems he is certainly still far from happy with the Steven Tyler situation and that he and the other guys in the band ARE going to go out on the road without Tyler and it will still be as Areosmith. Read the details here:

Perry will play Toronto with the Joe Perry Project on February 4th, opening for Motley Crüe.

Also posted via UK rock magazine Classic Rock is that they will not replace Tyler with an unknown singer. Read more on that here:

Nazareth announce numerous UK and European tour dates

Yes, Nazareth the band that still features Dan McCafferty on Lead Vocals and Pete Agnew - Bass Guitar, along with Jimmy Murrison - Lead Guitar and Steve Agnew on Drums have announced a number of additional European dates to the already announced UK tour dates to keep old die hard fans happy.

Late last year, retro label Salvo reissued their "Exercises," "Razamanaz" and released a new Nazareth Anthology:

Right now the band show dates starting at the end of January 2010 in the UK, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and they run right through October 2010 in Norway.

For more details check their tour date page here:

To keep tabs on all things Nazareth, stay tuned to:

Tom Scholz updates Boston Home Page with news on new studio album and more ...

Boston still alive and well in 2010 …,” states Boston mainman Tom Scholz at the band's website.

He adds “Work on a new studio album is progressing at an agonizingly slow rate – like that would be news – but it is progressing. While I wouldn’t want to give away too much about the album, it will contain both the very recognizable Boston sound plus some surprises that I think everyone will appreciate – as long as you like big band, swing and rap! – just kidding!”

To read more from Tom Scholz, check out the Boston site here:

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