Get Your Wings - On this day back in 1974

AeroHistory On this day back in 1974, #Aerosmith releases their second studio album 'Get Your Wings'. Songs on this album included: 1. "Same Old Song and Dance" 2. "Lord of the Thighs" 3. "Spaced" 4. "Woman of the World" 5. "S.O.S. (Too Bad)" 6. "Train Kept A-Rollin'" 7. "Seasons of Wither" 8. "Pandora's Box" Get Your Wings was recorded at the Record Plant in New York City between December 1973 and January 1974. What's your favorite song from Get Your Wings?

Steven Tyler Grammy Party Raises $2.4 Million For Victims Of Sexual Abuse

Steven Tyler Grammy Party Raises $2.4 Million For Victims Of Sexual Abuse What made it the biggest and best should be obvious. It was a party thrown by Tyler, who has forgotten more about rock star living than most musicians would know if they lived to be a thousand. When you talk top rock star Tyler is right there on any list. And this was a remarkably well-done and festive celebration culminating in a Tyler performance, backed by the Loving Mary band, for 500 people who got to witness the iconic frontm

Dream On enters 2018 Grammy Hall of Fame

Aerosmith's entry for 2018 is their 1973 single "Dream On." The track appeared on their self-titled debut disc and was their first major hit. Now in their fifth decade of music, Aerosmith have become one of hard rock's most enduring and respected bands.

Steven Tyler To Host First Charity Gala In Name Of Janie’s Fund

Steven Tyler has announced the inaugural Janie’s Fund gala night, which will take place on Jan. 28 at Red Studios in Hollywood. He launched the charity in 2015, dedicated to providing protection and counseling for young female victims of abuse, and it’s raised over $2.5 million since then. Janie’s House – named after Aerosmith’s 1989 track “Janie’s Got a Gun” – was established last year in the Atlanta Metro Area to offer shelter from the victims of abuse or neglect, with space for 30 live-

AeroHistory: Aerosmith releases debut Album in 1973

"Good evening people, welcome to the show"  Formed in 1970 and touring for about 3 years prior to the release of this epic debut album, on this date back in 1973. Aerosmith releases the self-titled debut album "Aerosmith" Recorded at Intermedia Studios in Boston, Ma. October 1972 and released on January, 5th 1973. Songs on this debut album include: 1. Make It 2. Somebody 3. Dream On 4. One Way Street 5. Mama Kin 6. Write Me a Letter 7. Movin' Out 8. Walkin' the Dog

Steven Tyler honored with Harmony Award at Nashville Symphony Ball

Steven Tyler honored with Harmony Award at Nashville Symphony Ball Steven Tylers selection as this years Harmony Award winner is reflective of both the indelible impact he has had on music history, and his selfless efforts to enact positive social change and advocate for his fellow artists in the industry, said Alan D. Valentine, Nashville Symphony president and CEO. With a chart-topping album recorded right here in Nashville last year, Steven has made his own unique contribution to the hi

AeroHistory: Draw the Line 40th

AeroHistory: 40 years ago today!!! Aerosmith releases 'Draw the Line", the fifth studio album, released December 1, 1977. It was recorded in an abandoned convent near New York City, rented out for that purpose. The portrait of the band was drawn by the celebrity caricaturist Al Hirschfeld. Hirschfeld is known for hiding Nina's name, written in capital letters ("NINA"), in most of the drawings he produced after her birth. Can you find NINA? Songs on 'Draw the Line' include: 1. "Draw the Line"

AeroHistory: The Simpsons 1991

AeroHistory: November 21, 1991 - The Simpsons "Flaming Moe's" is the 10th episode of Season 3. Aerosmith appears in the episode and were the first band to make a guest appearance on the show. Their dialogue was recorded in Boston with Hank Azaria, the voice of Moe, who flew over to record his part with them and help them with their lines. The episode has been included in best Simpsons episode lists by IGN, Entertainment Weekly, AskMen.com and AOL.

New Joe Perry album to be released 1/19/18


AeroHistory: Done With Mirrors

AeroHistory: 32 years ago today, November 9, 1985 Aerosmith releases their the eighth studio album 'Done With Mirrors'. The release marked the return of Joe Perry, who had left the group in 1979, and Brad Whitford, who had left the band in 1981. In keeping with the title, all the text on the original releases of the album was written back-to-front, and could be read normally by holding it up to a mirror. Critically 'Permanent Vacation' is often looked at as the beginning of their comeback, but 'Done W

AeroHistory: When it all began

Aerosmith played their first ever show at Miscoe Hill School in Mendon, MA.The new band got the gig because Joe Perrys mother, who worked at a nearby school, knew someone at Miscoe Hill, which was then known as Nipmuc Regional High School, and helped set it up. At the time, Ray Tabano was on rhythm guitar. He would be replaced by Brad Whitford a year later. Tickets for the show cost about a dollar.

AeroHistory: Music from Another Dimension!

The fifteenth studio album by Aerosmith, released on November 6, 2012. This was their first studio album since 2004's 'Honkin' on Bobo' and the first to feature all-new material since 2001's 'Just Push Play', marking the longest gap between Aerosmith's studio albums. The album was released in a single CD edition, along with a deluxe version. It is the last album in Aerosmith's current recording contract with Sony/Columbia Records and was produced by Jack Douglas, Steven Tyler, Joe Perry and Marti Fre

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 thei