THE JIMMY CRESPO PROJECT To Continue With New Singer
December 27, 2010, 8 years ago
THE JIMMY CRESPO PROJECT - featuring former Aerosmith guitarist Jimmy Crespo - has decided to continue with a new singer and an announcement will be made soon.
According to a press release, it is important to the band to find a singer with his own identity who can also do justice to the Crespo-era Aerosmith songs.
Starting in January, Crespo will also be subbing with SIN CITY SINNERS in Las Vegas until the bands singer/guitarist returns from touring with SLASH (VELVET REVOLVER, ex-GUNS N' ROSES).
Jimmy Crespo may be best known for co-writing Aerosmith’s 1982 Rock In A Hard Place with Steven Tyler. Crespo became a member of Aerosmith replacing Joe Perry from 1979-1984. Crespo also appeared on Night In The Ruts and the Pandora’s Box set.
After years of playing with artists including ROD STEWART, STEVIE RAY VAUGHN, JEFF BECK, STEVIE NICKS, BON JOVI, CLARENCE CLEMONS, LITTLE STEVEN, BILLY SQUIRE and DEE SNIDER - Jimmy is ready to return to center stage with his brand new band The Jimmy Crespo Project.
2012 will mark the 30 year anniversary of the release of Rock In A Hard Place and from now until then Jimmy Crespo & his new band will let the music do the talkin. The band is ready to debut a blistering 90 minute show feat. classic rock hits and Crespo era Aerosmith songs you can only hear him play live. The Jimmy Crespo Project also has plans to release an album of original material, that promises to pick up where classic Aerosmith left off.
For more visit the official Jimmy Crespo Band Facebook Page.