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AEROSMITH To Go Live On AXS TV For Performance Event From Streets Of Boston
- Nov. 2, 2012
AXS TV continues to be the premier destination for the biggest events and the hottest artists in live music with the exclusive broadcast of AEROSMITH live from Boston on Monday, November 5. This performance event, free to the public, will have America's greatest rock band — Steven Tyler (vocals), Joe Perry (guitar), Brad Whitford (guitar), Tom Hamilton (bass) and Joey Kramer (drums) — playing their beloved hometown streets as they encourage fans everywhere to get out and vote this Election Day (Tuesday, November 6).
AXS TV delivers another first as this live performance gives fans a sneak peek of the band's newest album, "Music From Another Dimension!" (Columbia Records), to be released November 6, and warms up music lovers across the country as the band continues their "The Global Warming Tour", a 14-city trek of arena shows starting November 8.
"AEROSMITH has never censored themselves, and that's what makes a great live television event. No other band signifies live like this band. No fan will want to miss this show. Plus it's a great opportunity for AXS TV to support a great get out the vote message to music fans across the nation," said Mark Cuban, AXS TV chairman and co-founder.
On November 5, AEROSMITH plans to show up somewhere in the city, around noon, and play on the streets. That's all the band is able to reveal for now. The location will be announced that morning. Fans can follow AEROSMITH (@Aerosmith) and AXS TV (@AXSTV) for up-to-the-minute news and information on this spectacular rock event.
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