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Steven Tyler Says He Did Drugs With Perry In 2008

06:31 AM Wednesday 4/27/11 |   |

Steven Tyler says he wasn't the only Aerosmith member who was abusing drugs in recent years.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Tyler says he and Joe Perry did drugs together in 2008 after years of sobriety. Aerosmith had been working on a new album, which never developed.

Tyler says Perry was so impaired by snorting prescription pills, he couldn't even play his instrument. Tyler says he was no better - he couldn't sing.

Perry declined to comment to Rolling Stone and didn't return a request for comment from The Associated Press on Tuesday.

Tyler is now a judge on "American Idol." He's releasing an autobiography, "Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?" next month.

The 63-year-old rocker says he's sober now.


Comments

  1. Baby Finster wrote:

    12:56 PM, Apr 27, 2011

    I call "B.S." on mtpatty. PUMP is an incredibly good album; Draw the Line is awesome Aerosmith; even Night in the Ruts is great; Nine Lives is very good (too much filler and could have been 20 minutes shorter, but that's ok with me); the rest of their albums range from okay to good, but every single one as a whole is probably better than 99% of the crap that's produced today! PS- Rocks is my favorite Aerosmith album of all-time, btw...

  2. mtpatty wrote:

    09:50 AM, Apr 27, 2011

    No longer relevant...

  3. mtpatty wrote:

    09:49 AM, Apr 27, 2011

    Is anybody really surprised? Did you really think they "changed"? The sad truth is that nothing since "Rocks" is worth a damn...I will agree that Aerosmith was one of the most powerful and influential bands in Rock History and ALL of the albums up to and including "Rocks" are KILLER! However, all the drug abuse and personal problems related thereto, including the terrible live shows etc...have slowly chipped away at the stone, that was America's answer to the Rolling Stones...they seriously need to retire and move on...they are simply irrelevant!



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