Video: AEROSMITH Urges People To Get Out And Vote

Yesterday (November 5), AEROSMITH returned to their Boston, Massachusetts neighborhood to perform an hour-long set in front of thousands of fans. The concert was played in celebration of the release today (November 6) of their long-awaited new studio album, "Music From Another Dimension!", the 2012 Presidential election, along with Boston Mayor Tom Menino declaring the 1325 Commonwealth Avenue building — where AEROSMITH lived from 1970 to 1972 — a historic landmark, with a special commemorative plaque placed outside on the building. According to The Pulse Of Radio, the band was introduced by New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and his son Jonathan. Joining the Krafts was Pats quarterback Tom Brady and linebacker Jerod Mayo.

Among the tunes the band performed yesterday was the Rufus Thomas R&B classic "Walking The Dog", "Movin' Out" — which Steven Tyler and Joe Perry wrote at the Commonwealth Avenue apartment, "Mama Kin", the new song "Lover Alot", "Back In The Saddle", "Sweet Emotion", the band teased a bit of the James Brown nugget "Mother Popcorn" before launching into "Walk This Way". AEROSMITH closed the hour-long set with encores of the new track "Oh Yeah" and "Train Kept A-Rollin'".

Video footage of the AEROSMITH members talking to Artisan News about the 1325 Commonwealth Avenue building and getting everyone to vote and to be their own "Freedom Fighter" can be seen below.

Joe Perry told The Pulse Of Radio that no matter what goes on with AEROSMITH, there's a bond between him and Steven Tyler that is almost unbreakable. "We've been together for so long that in my heart, it's never more than six inches away from Steven's, ever," he said. "Even though we may not talk for a short amount of time or a long amount of time, we've been partners, friends for so long, I always have a feeling deep inside that we're always gonna be together. And that's what makes AEROSMITH as strong as it is."

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