Bringing it back to where it all started, Aerosmith staged a takeover of 1325 Commonwealth Ave. in Allston, Mass. today, Nov. 5, playing a free show outside the apartment where they crafted many of their early songs.
Steven Tyler and Aerosmith might not get invited back to the set of 'Today' after swearing and calling the show 'Good Morning America' during an appearance this morning. Neither incident happened during the band's "official" appearance, in fact it's obvious Tyler didn't think his microphone was on when he dropped the f-bomb.
The devastation wrought by Hurricane Sandy brought out some big names from the rock community to lend their voices in support. Last night, a one-hour telethon, ‘Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together,’ was broadcast to raise money for the American Red Cross' disaster relief efforts.
Former Kiss drummer Peter Criss has weighed in on the recent comments made by Aerosmith in which they called Kiss "a comic-book" band. Criss, appearing on New York's Q104.3, admitted that he was surprised by Steven Tyler's words as he never felt there was any sort of issue when the bands toured in the past.
Aerosmith bassist Tom Hamilton says 'Love XXX,' the first song on the band's upcoming 'Music From Another Dimension' album is one he hopes "grabs people by the balls." Musically it keeps a promise to return to the 'Toys in the Attic' sound. Lyrically ... it's not a great effort.
Aerosmtih bassist Tom Hamilton says 'Street Jesus,' a new song from the band's upcoming 'Music From Another Dimension' album, has "'Toys in the Attic' kind of energy." Fans can decide for themselves in a new clip that leaked on YouTube recently.
Aerosmith'sSteven Tyler and Joe Perry didn't mince words when asked about Kiss in a recent radio interview. Tyler admitted he never cared for his counterpart's music after calling them "a comic book rock band." With Gene Simmons and company also doing media rounds to promote a new album, one expects Tyler's comments are only the beginning of an entertaining back-and-forth.
Growing up in the early '60s, one would think the Beatles were a heavy influence on Aerosmith'sJoe Perry, and maybe later the Rolling Stones. While those bands may have paved a road for his group to follow, it was a local 14-year-old named Steve Rose that first inspired Perry to play rock and roll.
In the most recent episode of Aerosmith's Making of 'Music From Another Dimension' series, Steven Tyler and Joe Perry work to describe the energy and process of making an album the guitarist calls "closer to the bone and the skeleton of what Aerosmith is than any record we've done in a long time." Episode III was revealed on Thursday.
Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and Joe Perry are still fielding questions about the rift once caused by Tyler's decision to be an 'American Idol' judge, and for the record, Perry says his public anger over the situation was not based out of jealousy, but rather the consideration shown by Tyler at the time.
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