Aerosmith working with Carrie Underwood, Julian Lennon & Johnny Depp on new album
Now that frontman Steven Tyler has ended his two-year run as an “American Idol” judge, he and his Aerosmith bandmates have announced that they finally will release their new album “Music from Another Dimension!” on Nov. 6.
“Music From Another Dimension!” will be the band’s first new album since 2001′s “Just Push Play.”
Rolling Stone reports that the album, which the band has been working on for three years, will feature some familiar collaborators for the rockers, including producer Jack Douglas (who helmed classic 1970s Aerosmith albums like “Rocks” and “Toys in the Attic”), songwriter Diane Warren and guitarist Rick Dufay, who briefly replaced Brad Whitford in the early ’80s. Dufay joined the band on a cover of the Temptations’ 1975 hit “Shakey Ground,” which Tyler had initially planned to include on a solo album.
On the forthcoming album, Aerosmith also is working with big-name collaborators Checotah native Carrie Underwood, Julian Lennon and Johnny Depp.
Guitarist Joe Perry tells Rolling Stone he was initially skeptical about “Beautiful,” the album’s duet between Underwood and Tyler. Tyler describes the song as “a country-western crossover ballad.”
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