AEROSMITH Guitarist To Embark On Hot Sauce Tour

AEROSMITH lead guitarist Joe Perry recently released his second hot sauce creation, Mango Peach Tango, and after a successful launch a few weeks ago in Waltham, Massachusetts, the new brew is going on a Hard Rock Cafe tour. Perry and his Mango Peach Tango will appear at the Hard Rock in New York City next Monday, in Dallas next Tuesday, and in Los Angeles next Thursday, according to Launch Radio Networks. Perry will sign bottles of the sauce and have lunch with some lucky fans at the restaurants.

A Joe Perry entree is being added to the menu at every Hard Rock Cafe in the U.S. According to the Aeroforceone.com fan club web site, it will probably be either a chicken or steak quesadilla made with the Mango Peach Tango sauce.

Perry's first sauce was the Rock Your World Boneyard Brew, which came out in 2002.

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