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Stephen King could have worked with Aerosmith
Jack Douglas told Classic Rock that he tried to convince the elder statesmen of rock to consider using the renowned horror writer in a move that could have changed everything.
However, the consummate music professionals were having none of it – this isn't the way they like to work.
Douglas had believed that King could motivate frontman Steven Tyler to explore hidden new depths.
"They looked at me like I was crazy," Douglas told the magazine. "I said I'm serious. I there's anybody who's going to inspire him, it'd be King."
He added that the way King works is that he doesn't need a melody to get him writing songs – he needs a person to help him do that.
Aerosmith revealed last year they had been working on a new studio album, which is due to be released later this year.
It will be their first record since 2004s Honkin' On Bobo.
Posted by JMPosted on 9 Feb 2012 10:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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