Aerosmith To Consider Creating Broadway Show Next Year
By Andrew Magnotta @AndrewMagnotta
July 10, 2019
Once Aerosmith has completed its 50th anniversary 'Deuces Are Wild' Las Vegas residency later this year, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band will seriously consider creating a Broadway show around its music.
Guitarist Joe Perry confirmed in a recent interview that the Broadway opportunity for the iconic band is real.
"We have been approached at the level of, 'Would you want to do it?'" Perry told Forbes. "We haven't even gotten to the level of how it would come out, the creative part. ... We have been so involved with ['Deuces Are Wild']. We started almost a year ago with the design and then, as it progressed, it got more and more intense."
Despite focusing on the task at hand, Perry confirmed that Broadway is "certainly something we'd like to entertain when we get a little time."
'Deuces Are Wild' is leaving Vegas this month for a a handful of shows elsewhere in the U.S., but it will return in September and run at the Park Theater at Park MGM until December 4.
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