AeroHistory: 1325 Commonwealth Ave

AeroHistory: November 5th, 2012
Aerosmith ROCKS an estimated 35,000 Boston fans with a free concert outside 1325 Commonwealth Ave, site of the bands original apartment where they lived from 1970-1972.

The day began with the designation of 1325 Commmonwealth Avenue as a historic landmark, with a special commemorative plaque placed outside on the building. This honor was bestowed on the band by Boston Mayor Tom Menino and the city of Boston. To top it off, AEROSMITH will further leave their mark as their handprints are being placed in the sidewalk in front of the building. The significance of the event was underlined by the attendance of the New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft and President Jonathan Kraft, Patriots Tom Brady and Jerod Mayo, along with an array of Patriots cheerleaders who warmed up the crowd on a brisk fall day.

Walkin' the Dog
Movin' Out
Mama Kin
Lover Alot
Back in the Saddle
Sweet Emotion
Walk This Way
Oh Yeah
Train Kept A-Rollin'

Watch full event/concert here: https://youtu.be/gAckkULTmIk
(Live performance begins at 1:09:30)

Photos by: Mary Ouellette via Ultimate Classic Rock