September 23, 2001


There’s another AEROSMITH tribute album in the works, which is the second one produced by Bob Kulick, the first, “Not The Same Old Song And Dance”, was released in 1999. This time it’s called “Let The Tribute Do The Talking” and the performers and songs – mostly from the late period this time – are:

1. Eat The Rich – Jack Russell, Doug Aldrich, Jeff Pilson, Carmine Appice;
2. Let The Music Do The Talking – – Joe Lynn Turner, Al Pitrelli, Carmine Rojas, Pat Torpey;
3. Round and Round – Tim “Ripper” Owens, Reb Beach, Tim Bogert, Eric Singer;
4. Cryin’ – Jeff Scott Soto, Craig Goldie, Jason Scheff, Aynsley Dunbar;
5. Kings And Queens – Glenn Hughes, Steve Lukather, Tony Franklin, Frankie Banali, Paul Taylor;
6. Rat In The Cellar – Fee Waybill, Richie Kotzen, Jimmy Haslip, Vinnie Colaiuta;
7. One Way Street – Doug Pinnick, Elliot Easton, Jimmy Bain, Gregg Bisonette;
8. Living On The Edge – John Corabi, Stevie Salas, John Alderete, Brian Tichy;
9. What It Takes – Bobby Kimball, Waddy Wachtel, Michael Porcaro, Tony Thompson, Derek Sherinian;
10. Lord Of The Thighs – Whitfield Crane, Bruce Kulick, Marco Mendoza, Vinny Appice;
11. Angel – Robin McAuley, Bluce Saraceno, Phil Sousson, Rick Morotta.


A musicians community called VOICES OF CLASSIC ROCK is to release a special charity album titled “Voices For America”. It will go on sale through Platinum Records, with all the proceeds to be donated to the Red Cross Victims Relief Fund for the victims of the terrorists attacks on the USA. Two of the songs are “America the Beautiful” and “The Battle Hymn Of The Republic”, and the primary singers will be Glenn HughesJoe Lynn Turner, Spencer Davis, Alex Ligertwood, Bobby Kimball and Dave Jenkins. The album will initially be sold through radio organizations in Boston, Washington, LA and New York.

September 23, 2001

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