AEROSMITH was among the artists who performed at Boston Strong: An Evening Of Support And Celebration this past Thursday, May 30 at the TD Garden arena in Boston. Net proceeds from ticket sales for the charity event will go to The One Fund Boston, set up by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino to help the people most affected by the tragic bombing that occurred in Boston on April 15.
Video footage of AEROSMITH's entire performance can be seen below.
Other artists who performed included GODSMACK, EXTREME, BOSTON, Jimmy Buffett, the J. GEILS BAND, Carole King, NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK, James Taylor, comedian Steven Wright and more.
Co-founding drummer Joey Kramer told The Pulse Of Radio that playing live with AEROSMITH still means everything to him. "Absolutely, positively, without a doubt," he said. "More than anything else that I do in life itself. 'Cause what it's about for me is being behind my drums, seeing those four guys in front of me, and playing for two hours. That's it — that's what I live for."
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