Aerosmith announces its retirement after 50 years: “It's time for one last try”

Aerosmith announces its retirement after 50 years: “It's time for one last try”

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‘The bad boys of Boston’ will shake the stage with great classics from their discography. For the tour, Joey Krammer will not be playing as he will prioritize family time.

After rocking the world for 50 yearsthe band Aerosmith announced their withdrawal from the stages with a grand tour that will have 40 dates and will begin on September 2 in the state of Philadelphia.

Through their social networks, the group confirmed that it will be a farewell tour: “It is not goodbye, it is peace! Get ready, you’re going to have the best show of our lives. After 50 years, 10 world tours, and playing to over 100 million fans, it’s time for one last try,” the statement from him read.

The band The Black Crowes will be in charge of opening each Aerosmith show. Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer and Brad Whitford are the members of ‘The bad boys of Boston’, however, the medium Variety He assured that Kramer will not be part of the tour because “he will focus his attention on his family and his health.”

The time Aerosmith visited Peru

Aerosmith has rocked millions of people around the world for many years, but the time always comes to say “so far” and say goodbye to the stage. However, and already in its third time here in Lima, our country could not be left out of this party.

From early hours, thousands of people flooded the exteriors of the National Stadium to be the first to locate themselves in the areas assigned for this mega-concert. At around 8:20 p.m. on October 25, 2016, the national band Huelga de Hambre led by Jhovan Tomasevich started the noise in the sports colossus and heated up the stage for Aerosmith to work their magic moments later.

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At 9:30, the expected moment arrived. Lights off, a presenter announcing Aerosmith on stage and “Toys in the Attic” punctuated the intensity with good hard rock.

Steven Tayler, Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, Brad Whitford and Joey Krammer rocked the stage with great classics from the group’s discography. “Hello my people” was the greeting of the band’s charismatic vocalist, who, in addition to showing off that shrill voice that his followers love so much, showed off being one of the most beloved frontmen in world rock.

“Cryin”, “Eat the rich”, “Crazy” and “Last Child”, were the songs that marked the first part of the show and Tyler did not stop encouraging the public, even with a well-received “Olé, Olé, Olé, Peru … Peru…”.


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