“We’re gonna keep it true and honest to the heartbeat of the rock and roll”.
Aerosmith‘s Joe Perry has seemingly confirmed that the rock giants will undertake a Las Vegas residency next year to mark their 50th anniversary.
The iconic band, led by Steven Tyler, will celebrate 50 years together in 2019 – having first joined forces in 2019.
Despite having a collective age of 337, they’re showing no signs of slowing down just yet. Continue reading Aerosmith confirm Las Vegas residency to celebrate 50th anniversary
Aerosmith will take the stage on next Thursday’s “Tonight Show.”
Aerosmith recently delighted fans with news that it would perform on the August 15 edition of NBC’s TODAY Show.
The iconic band will also be making a television appearance the following day.
According to NBC, Aerosmith will perform on the August 16 edition of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” The episode will also feature an interview with Nick Kroll.
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The stars of “American Pickers” discovered a van that belonged to Aerosmith in the 1970s. (Aerosmith50years.com)
The stars of History Channel’s “American Pickers” never expected to come across a hunk of rock and roll history, specifically a piece of Aerosmith’s history, while filming their hit show. Continue reading ‘American Pickers’ discover Aerosmith’s van from 1970s in Massachusetts woods
Aerosmith has signed with ReignDeer Entertainment/Maverick’s Larry Rudolph for management.
Rudolph, who also manages Britney Spears and Pitbull, has handled Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler’s solo career since 2014 and took on the whole band recently, but had not announced the news. The group had worked with Trudy Green and the late Howard Kaufman for nearly 20 years. Continue reading Aerosmith Signs With Larry Rudolph’s ReignDeer Entertainment Ahead of 50th Anniversary
Aerosmith are scheduled to perform on NBC-TV’s Today Show on Wednesday, August 15. The television appearance will mark Aerosmith’s second live performance of 2018, following a May show at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
Appearing live at The Rink at Rockefeller Center, viewing for Aerosmith fans is on a first-come, first-served basis on the Today plaza, located at 48th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues in New York City. NBC advises that fans should try to arrive by 5 a.m. to get the best viewing spot.
Both frontman Steven Tyler and guitarist Joe Perry have been active with solo shows and tours this year, with Perry doing double-duty on the road with The Hollywood Vampires.
Aerosmith is coming to TODAY! The popular, legendary group behind such hits as “Dream On,” “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” and “Crazy” will rock TODAY with a performance live at The Rink at Rockefeller Center as part of the Citi Concert Series on TODAY, and we want you to join in on this unique experience!
Date: Wednesday, August 15
Fan Passes: Stay tuned for how you and a guest can see this concert.
Viewing is on a first-come, first-served basis on the TODAY plaza, located at 48th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues in New York City.
New Orleans was in epic party mode on May 5th with Cinco De Mayo, the 50th Jazz Fest and the Tri-Centennial of New Orleans! There were Cinco parties everywhere, there were fireworks by the river to celebrate 300 years of NOLA and at Jazzfest there were those bad boys from Boston, Aerosmith! Continue reading Aerosmith Celebrates New Orleans Jazz Fest 50th Anniversary
Aerosmith has received almost every stellar award for music there is in the book. They’ve won American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Grammys, MTV Video Music Awards, People’s Choice Awards, and so on and so on. But one award that they have yet to place on their mantlepiece for their decades of work in music is a Tony Award.
But all of that could change because both Steven Tyler and Joe Perry have received nominations for a Tony Award for their musical contributions for SpongeBob Squarepants: The Musical for “Best Original Score (Music And/Or Lyrics) Written For The Theatre.” Listen to their composition “Bikini Bottom Boogie” below!
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