To promote his new solo album, Aerosmith's Joe Perry is performing shows with a group of his famous friends.
Perry's new album Sweetzerland Manifesto is out Januray 19.
The album is his first non-holiday solo studio effort in almost a decade.
On the new album Perry works with an well-known collaborators including Cheap Trick frontman Robin Zander, Terry Reid and David "Buster Poindexter" Johansen.
Perry was joined by Zander, Extreme singer Gary Cherone and Stone Temple Pilots members Dean and Robert DeLeo for his set at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on January 10.
Perry's performance lasted 17 songs, with covers and new material, as well as Aerosmith classics.
All four of the special guests will be at Perry's pre-release show for Sweetzerland Manifesto at the Roxy in Los Angeles on January 16, along with Johansen and Reid.
The show is billed as "Joe Perry and Friends" could be only the start of Perry's concert calendar this year. He expects to be back on the road with Aerosmith later in 2018, launching the next leg of a tour he expects to last into 2020.
Source: Ultimate Classic Rock