According to The Patriot Ledger, AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry has put his home in Duxbury, Massachusetts on the market for $4.5 million.
The 14-room, 7-acre country gated estate includes a heated pool in the shape of a Gibson guitar body, rooftop garden, three-stall barn, high-tech media room, exposed beams, three fireplaces, a gym and a billiards room.
The house, which Perry has owned for 33 years, including his basement studio, where AEROSMITH recorded some of the 2001 album “Just Push Play” as well as 2004’s “Honkin’ On Bobo”. Perry also used the facility to record three of his solo albums.
In recent years, Perry has been spending a lot of time in Los Angeles as well as his beachfront condo in Sarasota, Florida.
Last month, AEROSMITH and Universal Music Group (UMG), announced a worldwide alliance spanning the iconic group’s entire discography, merchandise and audio-video projects. For the first time, in 2022 all of AEROSMITH‘s iconic recordings will be unified in one place ahead of the band’s upcoming 50th anniversary through a new multifaceted partnership with UMG. In addition to supporting the band’s consolidated catalog, this partnership will also make use of unprecedented access to the storied “Vindaloo Vaults” and personal archives of band members Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer and Brad Whitford, who will actively help curate their collections of music, photos, video footage, artwork, journals, set lists and memorabilia. Future releases will offer fans access to never-before seen and heard gems, that will further cement the band’s position as one of rock’s most ground-breaking and reverential groups in history.
Inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 2001, AEROSMITH is tied for the most RIAA album certifications by an American group with 25 gold, 18 platinum, 12 multi-platinum and one diamond. As the band was founded in Boston in 1970, April 13 has been declared “Aerosmith Day” in Massachusetts by former governor William Weld.