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Aerosmith started taking shape in 1970, when Steven Tyler first met Joe Perry while working at an ice-cream parlor in Sunapee, NH.
The mid-seventies, the release of Toys in the Attic, and Aerosmith were the perfect match.
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Aerosmith tickets might bring you such classics as "Dream On," "Sweet Emotion," and "Janie's Got a Gun." These songs have marked Aerosmith's evolution during three decades.
Aerosmith tickets show a band that enjoys their reputation as one of the best rock touring bands.
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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Aerosmith   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Aerosmith, who have been performing as the original lineup for the past 22 years, have sold 140 million albums worldwide, and 66.5 million albums in the United States alone, making them the 2nd bestselling American rock band, second only to The Eagles.
Aerosmith, who have performed as the original lineup for the past 22 years, have sold 140 million albums worldwide and have gone on to enjoy a resurgence in popularity that has made them one of the top-selling, acclaimed, and most popular rock bands in the world today.
Aerosmith was one of the most popular hard rock bands of the '70s, setting the style and sound of hard rock and heavy metal for the next two decades with their raunchy, bluesy
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 Aerosmith - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aerosmith is a prominent American rock band that prides itself as "America's Greatest Rock and Roll Band" [1] [2].
In 2003, Aerosmith co-headlined with KISS on the Rocksimus Maximus Tour, in preparation for release of their blues album.
Aerosmith's tour manager was successfully sued by a former employee for sexual harassment and wrongful termination in 2002.
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 Rock On The Net: Aerosmith
Aerosmith formed in Boston, Mass., in 1970 and became a rock music staple throughout the 70s with their hard edge rock sound combining with pop, heavy metal, and blues.
Aerosmith also made news when they paid over $3,600 to release 52 fans jailed for violating a no-smoking policy during a show in Indiana.
Aerosmith's new LP showed that the band's commercial momentum had slowed considerably and many questions asked if substance use was now impacting the band's music.
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Aerosmith did just that with "Love In An Elevator," "Janie's Got A Gun," "The Other Side," and "What It Takes." All of these songs became smash hits for their 1989 release of Pump and the group was back in the Top 10 once again.
Aerosmith was, is, and will be one of the most remembered and accomplished hard rock bands of their time.
Aerosmith has given us songs to make us laugh at the world, let us cry when we are hurting, allows us to hope when all is hopeless, causes awareness of politics and families, and shows us that when we pop in one of their cd's they will entertain us beyond our wildest imaginations.
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Aerosmith has been around since the dawn of spandex.
Shortly after the launch of Aerosmith's triumphant "Back in the Saddle" tour, Tyler collapsed on stage, thereby fueling speculation that the band members had not kicked their lingering drug and alcohol problems.
One year later, rap group Run D.M.C. invited Aerosmith to collaborate on a cover of the classic "Walk this Way." Suddenly, MTV loved the washed-up Boston boys, and young hard rockers across the nation were clamoring to purchase the 1987 smash hit Permanent Vacation.
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Aerosmith's contribution to hard rock music was made official on March 19, 2002, when they were inducted into the 'Rock and Roll Hall of Fame'.
Aerosmith's talents allowed them to expand their fame by opening for larger bands like ZZ Top and Kiss.
At the recent MTV Icon tribute to Aerosmith, there was a double stage setting where they showed past and present video clips of one another, their passions for music, as well as their trials and tribulations that all led to the Aerosmith mix that is today a living legend in itself.
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 Aerosmith's Official Fan Club - Tickets, News, Forums, TShirts, Hats ...
Aerosmith's Official Fan Club - Tickets, News, Forums, TShirts, Hats...
10.03.07 Aerosmith's Last Stop on Tour a Hit
10.03.07 Aerosmith Songs Featured in New Guitar Hero III Game
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 Aerosmith Music Guide - WikiMusicGuide, the Music Wiki
Aerosmith is an American rock band that formed in 1970 in Boston, Massachusetts.
As one of the few rock bands who have a three-generation fanbase, the members of Aerosmith can be deemed rock legends, with a 37-year band lifespan under their belts.
In 1998, Aerosmith penetrated a new generation of fans with their love song, I Don't Want To Miss A Thing, which was featured in the movie, Armageddon, which received relatively huge success.
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Then there are some new kinds of sounds for Aerosmith: the punky "Crash", the industrial (Joey Kramer on the trashcans) "Something's Gotta Give", the eastern "Taste of India", and "The Farm" with Wizard of Oz samples.
Aerosmith tries out this and that, but everything still has great rock roots.
Back in the early '90s, when record companies were throwing money at big-name acts, Aerosmith signed a $30-million, multi-album deal with Sony's Columbia--the label that first signed the band in the 1970s.
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 Aerosmith Bio | Biography | Steven Tyler | Joe Perry | Walk This Way | Sweet Emotion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Aerosmith's story begins in 1970, before you were even born, in Sunapee, New Hampshire where lead singer Steven Tyler (the one with the gianormous lips) met guitarist Joe Perry working at an ice cream parlor.
The name "Aerosmith" doesn't really mean anything they kinda just settled on the name cuz no one hated it.
In 2001 Aerosmith teamed up with the pop music fave *NSYNC for the rockin' E-Trade Super Bowl Halftime Show which included the debut of the single Jaded.
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 Aerosmith - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Aerosmith   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
After replacing the two ex-members first with longtime band friend and songwriter Richie Supa followed by Jimmy Crespo and Rick Dufay, Aerosmith released its mammoth-selling Greatest Hits album in 1980, followed by a relative failure, Rock in a Hard Place.
However, Aerosmith's biggest hit of the '90s, and its only #1 single to date, was the love theme from the film Armageddon, I Don't Want to Miss a Thing (conceived by Joe Perry and Diane Warren, although Warren did get songwriting credit).
He liked names that began with "Aero" and decided that "Aerosmith" was his favorite combination.
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 Damn the Wheelchairs: Aerosmith Still in Fine Form (NY Rock)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Though the "shit" he was referring to was the number of songs left in the evening's itinerary, Tyler could easily have been bragging about his group's endless career and the many miles remaining on Aero-force One's only slightly sagging wings.
I understand it was part of the Aerosmith's Back in the Saddle Tour and marked the regrouping of the original lineup after five years in solo project hell.
Tragically, taps closed as soon as Aerosmith came on, but for those shrewd enough to have a few tucked under their folding seats, the buffet of ballads ("Crying," "Janie's Got a Gun" and the truly awful "Don't Want to Miss a Thing") was almost bearable.
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Universally renowned as America's premiere rock band, Aerosmith's tour promises to be nothing short of spectacular with the band performing classic hits from their 30+ year career, as well as new material from their upcoming album, Honkin' On Bobo.
Aerosmith's 2004 arena tour comes on the heels of their co-headlining tour with Kiss, which received critical acclaim from both fans and critics alike, and was also one of 2003's top-grossing concert outings.
Aerosmith opened the NFL season with a performance in Washington, D.C. at "NFL Kickoff Live," will perform in the finale of the pre-game show featuring a tribute to NASA.
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 Amazon.com: Aerosmith: Music: Aerosmith   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
While not their strongest recording, Aerosmith's self-titled debut gave a taste of the musical path that the band, and much of the rest of hard rock, was to follow for the rest of the 1970s and well into the 1980s.
Though Aerosmith would record better albums--both before and after their drug-induced implosion--their debut serves as a kind of road map to much of post-'60s rock & roll.
Aerosmith's self tittled debut is one of their best albums.
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Ultimate Aerosmith Hits brings together 30 indisputable rock classics from a band that remains as potent and viable today as they were on their very first records.
Aerosmith is one of only five artists to have received the American Music Awards prestigious International Artist Award.
Obliterating the generation gap, Aerosmith has a rabid fan-base ranging in age from six to sixty and are the only rock & roll band to get consistent airplay on MTV and the classic rock radio outlets.
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Aerosmith is a classic hard rock band that has been the model American rock band for generations of younger rock bands for over three decades.
The album was a big improvement over some of their previous releases, but it wasn't until Perry and Tyler went clean and sober that the band refocused and concentrated on becoming the biggest band in the world.
Aerosmith progressed into the new millennium, outlasting the life expectancy of most rock bands.
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 Aerosmith - Latest news, reviews and interviews
Originally hailed as a poor-man’s Rolling Stones, Aerosmith was formed in 1970 in Sunapee, N.H., by drummer-turned-vocalist Tyler and guitarist Perry.
Aerosmith returned late in 1974 with “Get Your Wings”, which stayed on the charts for over 85 weeks despite little airplay.
It was in 1975 that Aerosmith would break through with the release of “Toys in the Attic”;.
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 Amazon.co.uk: Honkin' on Bobo: Music: Aerosmith   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Aerosmith return with an album of gritty blues standards from the musicians such as Muddy Waters and Blind Willie McTell.
Aerosmith's first studio album since 2001's 'Just Push Play' sees the band's direction head back to their 1970's originvia the reintroduction of producer Jack Douglas who last worked with the band on their 1977 album 'Walk The Line'.
The arrangement of "You Gotta Move" is just awesome, and the one Aerosmith original, "The Grind", while showing echoes of their epic ballads of recent vintage, has enough bump and gristle, and a great hook, to make it anthemic.
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Yet Aerosmith's biggest hit of the '90s, and its only #1 single to date, was the love theme from the film Armageddon, I Don't Want to Miss a Thing (conceived by Joe Perry and Diane Warren, though Warren received songwriting credit).
Many claim that it is in many ways truer to the Aerosmith of the 70s than any of their recent output, mostly because no song doctors were used.
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