July 30, 2015

As soon as AEROSMITH wraps up its tour in early August, the band's guitarist, Brad Whitford, will finish work on his second album with Derek St. Holmes, the voice of such early TED NUGENT songs as "Stranglehold" and "Dog Eat Dog".

The first WHITFORD-ST. HOLMES album came out in 1981.

According to The Pulse Of Radio, Whitford and St. Holmes reconnected after Whitford moved to Nashville, where St. Holmes lives.

In a video below posted on AEROSMITH's web site, Whitford says he and St. Holmes cut nine tracks in two days with bass player Charlie Anderson and TESLA drummer Troy Luccketta.

Whitford and St. Holmes plan to play shows in November.

AEROSMITH is expected to tour again in 2016.

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