My music library was just a wide variety of different artists, not particularly multiple tracks, maybe just one by him, one by her. So I kind of had more of a melting pot going on.
Is there a dream artist to work with? Was there a moment for you where you noticed things starting to take off and people really responding to your music?
That blew me away. What do you look for in the rock songs or songs outside of EDM you splice into your set? As I started to look back at the music that did well back in the day, I started to realize a little bit of a trend. The vocal for me was the riff; that was the moment I wanted to expand upon. I kind of made it my own thing and for some reason it just blew up the way it did. It was the most played Coachella track, it was the most played EDC track, it was the second most played at Tomorrowland.
To be the most played was insane. For me that never happens. Tell us about the process working on that song. We have a lot of good music and we want to make sure we put out the next best thing. Do you have a timeline to release new music? Despite the ups and downs, Perry has made a lucrative career doing what he loves — playing guitar and creating music.
Armed with a lifetime of knowledge about the ins-and-outs of the music industry, the rocker has recently churned out a rock and roll autobiography with the help of David Ritz titled Rocks: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith. Tell us about writing your autobiography. What made you decide it was the right time? I grew up thinking you wrote an autobiography when you were retired; when your career was over, you sat back and wrote your memoirs.
Obviously that whole paradigm has changed. It was kind of the end of an era but also the start of another. What inspired you to tell your story? A lot of the stuff that is written about in the book Walk This Way came out lopsided because it was a very complicated time with our ex-manager [Tim Collins] at that point. I think that a lot of people would be surprised at how out of wack things got at that point, considering the chronic success we were achieving in spite of what was going on behind the scenes.
I mean he worked out great when we first got together, but he kind of stayed in the same place and we were growing. And that was one of the reasons I wanted to write the book. So there were a lot of things in there that I think people can relate to, especially growing up in that time.
As somebody who has been in a band for so many years, through a lot of ups and downs, what is your advice on how to maintain the band relationship? The main thing is just talk about it and air it out and get it out of the way. That is what ended up happening with us. We ended up being kind of isolated from each other and we let it happen. What are you focusing on now that you are off tour with Aerosmith for a bit?
I always loved recording. It was kind of like putting the cart before the horse because I really needed the guitar but I love recording, I love the whole process, I love hearing the music back. I have some songs right now that could be brought right up to the level they need to be and I have a bunch of ideas. I am going to be recording at some point. But right now, I need a break baby! Neither one of us thought it would be this intense. I have to write. What is some of your favorite gear right now?
Well right now, I have a 20 year old strat. It plays beautifully. And also, there is a guy out in California who hand makes guitars. How has your songwriting process changed since you and Tyler first started writing together? Arrives: Oct 13 - Ships from: OxfordshireEngland. Sold by: OxfordshireEngland. In Stock. Add to Cart. Secure transaction. Your transaction is secure. We work hard to protect your security and privacy. Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission.
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