AEROSMITH bassist Tom Hamilton recently answered a number of fan questions that were submitted via Twitter. You can now watch the question-and-answer session in five parts below.AEROSMITH will bring its one-of-a-kind live show to Latin America this fall. The tour kicks off October 22 in Lima, Peru. Pre-sale tickets will be made available on May 24 and May 25 for the band's fan club. General tickets will go on sale May 26. AEROSMITH first played in Latin America in 1977 and last year's electrifying tour through South America left fans begging for more. Frontman Steven Tyler says of the upcoming tour, "I'm looking forward to sweating up a storm with the crazy Latin American fans." "The band is so excited to play for our Latin American fans. We didn't think we would be back so soon. Every gig we play there is always a special one," says guitarist Joe Perry of their return. "We had a fantastic time when we toured South America in 2010 and are looking forward to seeing our amazing and passionate fans across Latin America when we return later this year," adds bassist Tom Hamilton. Rock icons for over 30 years, AEROSMITH's music spans generations while its members remain as dynamic and innovative as they were when the band first began. As four-time Grammy winners, Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductees (2001), recipients of 12 MTV Music Video Awards, and countless other awards, AEROSMITH shows no sign of slowing down performing memorable sold out shows around the world for decades as well as selling over 150 million albums. Blazing past the trends and fads of rock and roll, the band has created their own unique place in rock history as one of the most powerful forces in popular music.
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