SUNAPEE - Nearly 700 people lined up last Saturday afternoon in Sunapee Harbor to see what "Aerosmith History Day" was all about. Some even drove ten hours to be at the Sunapee Historical Society, where an exhibit of thousands of early items from "America's Greatest Rock and Roll Band" were on display. It was the largest collection of Aerosmith memorabilia in the world and it was the first time anything like this has been shown to the public.
Gettin' clean How important was getting clean to the comeback? “We came back with Permanent Vacation, that was the real comeback record. A lot of people think Done With Mirrors was the comeback, but Done With Mirrors was, in my opinion, not finished. It was an incomplete record. When we did Permanent Vacation that was our comeback. That was the announcement that we were back and the proof was in the songs on those records. From there we did Pump and Get A Grip and they were our three highest-selling r
If You’re Going Through Hell, Keep Going! Last I left you we were headed for “Jolly Ole England”, but first we had a hit and run in Solveborg Sweden at the Sweden Rock Festival. Festivals are great but give me an intimate Arena show any day. Festivals are good for catching up with old friends that are also on the bill. At this show Ian Hunter was on the bill and the band enjoyed spending time with Ian. Ian as you know was in Mott the Hoople and they toured with Aerosmith in 1976. They got a chance to ca
Thirty one years ago today, Run-D.M.C. collaborated with Aerosmith on a rap-rock remake of the 1974 hit “Walk This Way”. The song was released on July 4, 1986 THE INSIDE STORY OF WHEN RUN‑DMC MET AEROSMITH AND CHANGED MUSIC FOREVER
O, Yeah! Ultimate Aerosmith Hits compilation release The double disc includes 28 of Aerosmith’s greatest hits in chronological order or release. “Girls of Summer” and “Lay it Down, two new hits, are also included. It was rereleased as The Essential Aerosmith in September 2011. Tracks include: Mama Kin Dream On Same Old Song and Dance Seasons of Wither Walk This Way Big Ten Inch Record Sweet Emotion Last Child Back in the Saddle Draw the Line Dude (Looks Like a Lady) Angel Rag Doll Ja
Hello folks back again! The AeroVederci tour is in full swing. After some rehearsals in the bunker situated deep inside the Blue Hills of Massachusetts the band headed for Israel where they haven’t played since the “Get A Grip” tour. The highlight of the visit to the Holy land was getting a tour of Jerusalem and meeting Benjamin Netanyahu. “Bibi” was very engaging and spoke fondly of his time in Cambridge MA in the early 70’s. After meeting the band and Management team he took Steven, Joe, Brad and Tom
Born in The Bronx, New York in 1950, the Kramedog turns 67 today! We’re glad to have him here, still drumming’, still rockin’. Head over to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and wish The Kramedog a big Happy Birthday! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UE7FfGy6h7M
While it was released in May 2012, ‘Legendary Child’ was originally written in 1991 during the Get a Grip album. It wasn’t released but sneaked into the Pump Tour in 1990 and was finally released as a single on May 24, 2012 and on Music from Another Dimension! in November 2012.