“This morning, Perry remains in the hospital where he is alert and responsive.”
Well this was unexpected!
Wash away the rain.
Pants = crapped.
Legends covering legends.
While playing with his supergroup side project Hollywood Vampires.
But not before one last world tour.
Guitarist Joe Perry released a statement calling the rumours “completely untrue”.
Get in the ring, Steve.
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