Aerosmith members Steven Tyler and Joe Perry were interviewed in a new article about their ‘Deuces Are Wild’ Las Vegas residency, and they didn’t seem interested in having their own biopic like late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury got last year with ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’ An Aerosmith member revealed what Sting really did to The Police in a recent interview.
Variety wrote, “After almost 50 years of touring, the band says it’s been a welcome change to stay in one place for a few months at a time. And while artists like Queen and Elton John have been the subjects of successful biopics in the past year or so, Aerosmith says the focus is still on the music — at least for now. Perry and fellow guitarist Brad Whitford confirmed in an interview earlier this year that the group wants to head back into the studio to record new material. Meantime, Tyler, who appeared as a judge on American Idol and released a solo country album in 2016, has sworn off solo commitments for the time being to focus on the residency, which returns to Vegas in September.”
Steven Tyler firing Joe Perry destroying Aerosmith’s popularity was detailed by a member of the band last week. “The sound takes everything about this show to the next level, and it’s a 360 experience; full immersion,” Tyler told Variety about the Vegas residency. “Nowhere else can fans hear what I’m hearing and see what I’m seeing like they can at our show.”
“This has been an incredible opportunity to play a smaller version of our regular show in an intimate seating [and] a way to present the heart and soul of the band’s essence with added elements you wouldn’t have ever been able to do in a one-night-only setting,” Joe Perry added. “It’s something very different than what we have ever done before.” A Queen member revealed a photo of a ‘bad’ Freddie Mercury boyfriend yesterday.