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Joe Perry Project announce 2023 tour dates

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Joe Perry Project announce 2023 tour dates

Joe Perry Project announced new tour dates for 2023 that will happen next April in the United States. Besides the guitarist, the group is formed by David Hull (Bass), Buck Johnson (Keyboards), Jason Sutter (Drums) and Gary Cherone (Vocals).


Joe Perry Project announce 2023 tour dates


  • 15 – Mashantucket, CT – Foxwoods Resort Casino
  • 16 – Boston, MA – Citizens Hous of Blues
  • 18 – New York, NY – Webster Hall
  • 20 – Des Plaines, IL – Des Plaines, Theatre
  • 21 – ST. Charles, IL – Arcada Theatre
  • 26 – Los Angeles, CA – The Novo

Perry reformed the Joe Perry Project in 2022 after 12 years since the last concerts of the group. That happened when Aerosmith had to postpone their Las Vegas residency because Steven Tyler went to rehab.

Perry founded the band in 1979, when he left Aerosmith. Last year the group toured in the United States and South America, performing many songs from the three albums released in the early 80s, Aerosmith hits and covers.

In 2023 he will also be on the road with the supergroup Hollywood Vampires next June and July in Europe. The group formed in 2012 also has Alice Cooper and Johnny Depp. Aerosmith doesn’t have shows scheduled for 2023.

Possible setlist

The most recent Joe Perry Project show happened on July 23, 2022 in Atlantic City, NJ. The band’s setlist for 2023 must have many of the tracks played that night.

  1. Let the Music Do the Talking
  2. Toys in the Attic (Aerosmith cover)
  3. Walking the Dog (Rufus Thomas cover)
  4. Fortunate One
  5. Steppin’ Out (Memphis Slim cover)
  6. Stop Messin’ Around (Fleetwood Mac cover)
  7. My Fist Your Face (Aerosmith cover)
  8. East Coast, West Coast
  9. Same Old Song and Dance (Aerosmith cover)
  10. Wooden Ships
  11. Rockin’ Train / Boogie Blues / Rockin’ Train
  12. Chip Away the Stone (Richard Supa cover)
  13. Aye, Aye, Aye
  14. Boogie Man (Aerosmith cover)
  15. Spanish Sushi
  16. Quake
  17. Walk This Way (Aerosmith cover)
  18. Whole Lotta Love (Led Zeppelin cover)
  19. The Train Kept A-Rollin’ (Tiny Bradshaw cover)

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