Perry, though, says the idea of a farewell tour is only “an option,” reported Rolling Stone.“I don’t know if I’m comfortable saying ‘final tour’ and making a big deal out of it, but we’ll see what happens. If it was going to happen, we’re closer to it than, say, any other time in our insane career,” said Perry, who is currently on tour with Hollywood Vampires.
“But it’s really hard for me to imagine a last gig. Sorry,” he added.‘Aerosmith’ formed in the early ‘70s and last released a new album in 2012. Tyler has been focusing on his solo career, and is debuting his first album without the band July 15.
Last month the band’s frontman Steven Tyler confirmed they are planning a farewell tour for 2017 as “it’s time”.. “I love this band, I really do, and I want to squash every thought that anybody might have about this: The band’s over”.
He had added that Joe Perry is also informed about the decision. ‘Aerosmith’ was formed in 1970 and released their last studio album ‘Music from Another Dimension!’ in 2012.