AEROSMITH: JOE PERRY's Son To Guest On ABC's 'Knock First'

Tony Perry, son of AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry, will be the subject of an upcoming episode of the ABC Family series "Knock First".

"Knock First" is a teen-do-it-yourself show that gives teens, with the help of professional decorators, the chance to reveal their identity through the makeover of their room.

Tony and his friends, including AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler's daughter Chelsea, take Tony's tired-looking loft and transform it to a true rock-and-roll haven.

In this special two-part episode, catch first-hand that talent does indeed run in the family as Tony and his friends create the musical score and come up with a special song for this installment of "Knock First". Joe Perry also makes a brief appearance.

Part 1 airs Monday, April 12 at 5:30 p.m. ET/PT. Part 2 airs Tuesday, April 13 at 5:30 p.m. ET/PT.

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