AEROSMITH Bassist, Drummer Participate In Charity Blues Jam

AEROSMITH bassist Tom Hamilton and drummer Joey Kramer participated in a three-song blues jam with James Montgomery and Johnny A. at the sold-out Regent Theatre in Boston on Friday (Feb. 27), according to the Boston Globe. The proceeds of the nearly five-hour show went to benefit the Middlesex Human Service Agency, whose clinical director, Bob Herne, is a counselor who traveled with AEROSMITH during their "Get a Grip" tour. "He's been a friend to the band," Hamilton said backstage, according to the Globe. "He helped us through a lot of tough stuff."

Hamilton and Kramer joined Montgomery and Johnny A. on the songs "Good Time Charlie", "Stop Messin' Round" (a PETER GREEN track that AEROSMITH cover on their upcoming blues CD, "Honkin' on Bobo", due out March 30), and an impromptu jam tune that the participants did in response to audience demands for an encore.


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