Aerosmith - The 2015 Tour
Veritable hard rock legends, performance superstars and American glam metal sweethearts
Aerosmith are back, hitting the road for one special night this summer in what is sure to be the number one comeback musical
event of the decade. Don't miss Aerosmith when they play one special night in Cheyenne, WY, where they'll be rocking the Equality
State all night long. Can't catch Aerosmith when they head to the heart of Wyoming? Keep calm and carry on because these old
school glam rock mainstays are always adding new and exciting tour destinations to their busy performance schedule. Keep up
to date on all things Aerosmith right here at StubHub - your number one resource for all of your concert ticket needs!
will be heading to the Cheyenne Frontier Park, performing in the dead center of Wyoming's capital and the intersection of
all things music, food, and culture that Cheyenne has to offer. Just a stone's throw from Wyoming's main drag and the city's
regional airport, the Frontier Park is the most exciting place to experience the Aerosmith tour for their one exclusive event
of 2015. Whether they're playing the biggest amphitheatres or the largest outdoor arenas, Aerosmith is a long lived force
upon the music scene whose return has the entire music industry buzzing. Don't miss the Aerosmith tour train when it chugs
through an area near you!
Aerosmith's beginnings stem from a hodgepodge of music projects
and sidebands started by the principal members while living in different cities across New England. Steven Tyler's band Chain
Reaction and Joe Perry and Tom Hamilton's Jam Band would cross paths while hitting the New England tour circuit, with Steven
Tyler insisting on joining the Jam Band as the group's frontman. With the addition of percussionist Joey Kramer and guitarist
Ray Tabano, Aerosmith would be born in the hallowed streets of Boston, MA, a musical phenomenon that would reshape the rock
and metal landscape throughout the 70s and 80s.
The band would begin to build up a steady following around the New England
area, establishing themselves primarily through their live show performances which would eventually catch the eyes, ears and
heart of the executives at mega label Columbia Records. Quickly securing a record deal in 1972, the band rolled out their
debut less than a year later which would immediately turn heads as their unique blues and hard rock sound began to sweep all
across North America and beyond. The band would release a flurry of albums throughout the 70s, consistently going platinum
and producing some of the most timeless hits of modern rock music. By the mid 1970s, Aerosmith would take its place amongst
the greats as they would be discussed alongside the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin as some of the most influential musicians
of a century.
The momentum of the 70s would begin to taper off as tensions between band members and the volatile lifestyle
of the band would take its toll on their music, both on the stage and in the studio. Arguments would flare up that eventually
led to the departure of Joe Perry. The band would remain splintered for five years, in which time their popularity and work
ethic declined, but a 1984 reunion tour would reignite the Aerosmith flame as they hit the road and geared up for a string
of come back album releases. Despite the mainstream music industry giving up on Aerosmith as a lost cause, the band's late
80s comeback would include commercial and critical success once again, including a trip to the Grammys for a Best Rock Performance
win. The band would remain a force on the music scene throughout the 90s and into today, and while occasionally dealing with
flare ups between band members, Aerosmith remains one of the paramount rock outfits of a generation. With multiple inductions
into Rock Halls of Fame, four Grammy wins and countless other accolades, Aerosmith remains at the forefront of the modern
rock music scene.
The band's 1973 self titled debut would be a surprise success, gaining
the #21 and #58 positions on the Billboard 200 and Canada charts, respectively. Produced by Adrian Barber, the album gained
glowing reviews from Rolling Stone and AllMusic, and spawned the singles "Mama Kin", "Make It", as well as the cult classic
hit "Dream On".
Two years later Toys in the Attic would drop, this time climbing to the #11 position on the Billboard
200 and receiving the #229 spot on Rolling Stone's compilation of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The album received
coveted perfect scores from AllMusic and Blender, as well as near perfect scores from critic Robert Christgau and the Rolling
Stone Album Guide. The album would be carried by the hits "Sweet Emotion", "Toys in the Attic", and karaoke favorite "Walk
The band's 1989 comeback would come in the form of Pump, one of their most successful albums to date that
hit the #5 position on the Billboard 200. Pump picked up a perfect rating from Q magazine, and near perfect ratings from Rolling
Stone and AllMusic. The album included an unheard of six hit single releases, including "Love in an Elevator", "F.I.N.E.",
"Janie's Got a Gun", "What It Takes", "The Other Side", and "Monkey on My Back".
based video game Guitar Hero would pay special tribute to Aerosmith, collaborating with the band to create Guitar Hero: Aerosmith.
The game would exclusively feature Aerosmith hits as well as the likeness of its band members.
Whether they're opening with the sweet serenade of "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" or closing down
the house with the epic crescendo of "Dream On", the Aerosmith concert experience is an adventure in musical genius that combines
untold amounts of musical vitality with masterful, decade spanning songwriting. Don't miss your chance to catch one of the
most venerable rock outfits to have ever existed in the mainstream rock scene. Don't wait - get your tickets today!