Aerosmith
Formed in 1970
Sunapee, New Hampshire

Band Members:
Steven Tyler
Joe Perry
Brad Whitford
Tom Hamilton
Joey Kramer
Biography:
Fronted by Steven
Tyler and known for its
aggressive
blues-based style,
Aerosmith was the top
American hard-rock
band in the
mid-seventies.
But the members'
growing drug
problems and internal
band problems
contributed to a
commercial decline
that began with
1977's Draw The Line.
Two crucial lineup
changes and a few
poorly received albums
preceded a 1984
reunion of the original
lineup and the
multiplatinum
Permanent Vacation,
which signaled one of
the most spectacular
comebacks in rock
history.

Beginnings:
The group was
formed in 1970  by
Joe Perry,
Tom Hamilton,
and Steven Tyler,
who was then the
drummer. The group
was completed with
drummer Joey Kramer
and Brad Whitford;
Tyler became the
lead singer. For the
next two years all five
members shared a
small apartment in
Boston and played
almost nightly
throughout the area,
occasionally venturing
to New York.

Song's:
Dream On
Walk This Way
Dude (Looks Like A Lady
Angel
Rag Doll
Love In An Elevator
Janie's Got A Gun
What It Takes
Cryin
Crazy

Concert:
The band put on a
good show as usual.
Opening act Joan Jett
and the Blackhearts   
were also very good.

Disappointment:
Many concert goer's
were to disappointed
to get to this show,
only find out (with no
advance notice) that
Aerosmith has a "no
alcohol" policy at
there concerts.
This policy was put
into place by the
band, due to the there
past drug and alcohol
problems. I'm not a
big drinker, but
because of this policy,
I will never attend
another Aerosmith
how concert again.
Aerosmith
May 18, 1990 :  Nashville Tennessee
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* Starwood Amphitheater *
Backstage
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Aerosmith guitarist's Joe Perry & Brad Whitford, sign items, in a
Meet & Greet session backstage at Starwood, during the Nine Lives Tour
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