VELVET REVOLVER, AEROSMITH Confirmed For Argentina's QUILMES ROCK '07 Festival

According to Ticketek Argentina, VELVET REVOLVER and AEROSMITH have been confirmed for the Quilmes Rock '07 festival, set to take place April 15 at Estadio River Plate in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

VELVET REVOLVER drummer Matt Sorum revealed during a Camp Freddy Radio broadcast on Los Angeles' Indie 103.1 FM earlier in the month that the band will team up with AEROSMITH for some South American dates in April. The trek is expected to include additional stops in Brazil and Colombia.

VELVET REVOLVER is recording its second album, tentatively titled "Libertad", with producer Brendan O'Brien, who's worked with AUDIOSLAVE, PEARL JAM and singer Scott Weiland's former group, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS. An initial stint with producer Rick Rubin did not work out.

VELVET REVOLVER hopes to release "Libertad" in early May. Weiland is also working on his second solo album, which he said will surface sometime in 2008 on his own label, Softdrive Records.


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