Johnny Winter and Aerosmith's Joe Perry Premiere New Song, "Mojo Hand" — Listen

by Damian Fanelli
Posted Sep 1, 2014 at 1:05pm

The late Johnny Winter's star-studded new album, Step Back, will be released Tuesday, September 2 through Megaforce Records.

Below, you can hear a song from the new disc, "Mojo Hand," which features a guest appearance by Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry. Check it out below and be sure to tell us what you think of it in the comments or on Facebook!

Step Back features collaborations with an impressive list of legendary guitarists, including Brian Setzer, Eric Clapton, Joe Bonamassa, Billy Gibbons and more.

Along those lines, you might want to check out two other songs from the album, including a searing cover of Elmore James' "I Can't Hold Out" that features Ben Harper (LISTEN HERE) and "Where Can You Be," a straight-forward blues track featuring ZZ Top axman Billy Gibbons (LISTEN HERE).

Winter died July 16 at age 70.


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