Red flags were raised when it was learned that one of the songs on Aerosmith's new record, 'Music from Another Dimension,' was a duet with country superstar Carrie Underwood. The very thought of it seemed more manufactured by the folks at 'American Idol,' which Underwood won in 2005 and Steven Tyler was a judge for two seasons, than a mutual ad
Steven Tyler's former manager is suing his current one, and trying to pin Tyler between a legal rock and a hard place in the process -- but the ever-feisty Aerosmith frontman is fighting back with a legal declaration that minces no words when it comes to why he swapped representation.
What has it been like experiencing the long, strange journey of Aerosmith? Fans have gotten a glimpse of it thanks to autobiographies from Steven Tyler and Joey Kramer, and there may be even more insights coming from bassist Tom Hamilton.
Johnny Depp cameos at California Aerosmith concerts are becoming as dependable as hits like 'Sweet Emotion' or 'Dream On.' The actor showed up once again on Monday night (Dec. 3) during the band's set at Staples Center. He jammed through two songs on guitar before departing. Witnesses describe Depp as being "really happy and at ease" during the appearance.
After a tepid first week of sales of their new album 'Music From Another Dimension,' reports are surfacing that the members of Aerosmith are at odds once again. The new album -- their first of new music in a decade -- sold just 65K copies last week, ranking fifth overall on the Billboard album sales chart.
Make sure you tune in every day for the Traffic Jam, where I’ll play the songs you just never hear anywhere else. Unless you’re dropping the needle on a vinyl at home or shoving in an 8-track, or course! Here’s a little taste of what you’ll hear on The Traffic Jam today…
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.
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.
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