AEROSMITH's JOEY KRAMER Open To Possibility Of Future Solo CD
AEROSMITH drummer Joey Kramer has not ruled out the possibility of doing a solo record at some point down the line when time permits.
"If I was to do a [solo] record, I would probably have to do it all the way and put a band together," Kramer told RockDaily.com. "Sure, it's something that I could see myself doing down the line. I mean, there's still a lot to be done with my band. It's the same old thing, it's just the time factor. There's just no time. By the time you spend the amount of time that we do on the road, doing the amount of shows that we do, by the time we're done, I want to be off and I want to be with my family and I want to be with my wife, and I don't really want to do the music for a while. And then a couple of months goes by and I get antsy to go again and that's pretty much when we . . . y'know, AEROSMITH is pretty much a nonstop entity. We go, we take a rest, we go, we take a rest, we go -- and it's been that way for 30 years. And I suppose at some point in time, if I had the time, if I was looking at two years off and I had the amount of time that I needed to do a project like that, I would certainly entertain it."
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