Classic Rock Report July 29
July 29, 2015•1 min
Brad Whitford of Aerosmith. Talking about the magic of what it's like when hooking up with musicians creates incredible music. He's jumping onto a solo project. As soon as the band wraps up its tour wraps in early August he'll 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. They reconnected after Whitford moved to Nashville, where St. Holmes lives. In a video posted on Aerosmith's website, Whitford says they cut nine tracks in two days with bass player Charlie Anderson and Tesla drummer Troy Luccketta. They plan to play out in November, but the project has a limited time frame -- Whitford says Aerosmith will tour again in 2016.