AEROSMITH To Perform Entire 'Rocks' Album Later In Tour

Reuters reports that AEROSMITH has been playing its classic 1975 album "Toys in the Attic" in its entirety on the band's current tour (which kicked off on June 10), with the notable exception of the closing track "You See Me Crying".

AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry told Reuters that the song is too difficult for vocalist Steven Tyler to sing right now, but Tyler hopes he will be able to do it after a few more shows. At any rate, the band expects to swap out "Toys in the Attic" in about two weeks, and play all the tracks from its 1976 follow-up "Rocks", Perry said.

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