AEROSMITH: Video Footage Of Dubai Press Conference Available

Video footage of AEROSMITH's press conference in Dubai has been posted at this location.

AEROSMITH's gig in Dubai, which is scheduled for tomorrow, marks the band's first time ever in the Middle East — then they move on to perform in India.

The band's lead singer, Steven Tyler, proudly revealed to Xpress that his son's got an Indian name while talking about "Taste of India", a track from their 1997 album "Nine Lives".

"We have never been to India but my son's name is Taj," he said. "I just called him Taj because I love the name."

The band's lead guitarist and contributing songwriter, Joe Perry, said: "We love hot food. Our music company is called Vindaloo Music. We have been fascinated by the Indian culture and food and all of that."

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