AEROSMITH, VELVET REVOLVER and EVANESCENCE are performing tonight (Sunday, April 15) at the Estadio Pepsi Music in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The entire show is available for listening and viewing via a live webstream. To listen to the live audio, click here (Note: VELVET REVOLVER is on stage right now). The video is available with slight delay at this location.AEROSMITH is expected to put out a new studio album late this year or in early 2008. They wanted to release it in time for their Route of All Evil tour with MÖTLEY CRÜE last fall, but they couldn't finish the songs in time. Instead, they put two of the tracks on their new greatest-hits collection, titled "Devil's got a New Disguise". VELVET REVOLVER has pushed back the release of its second album, "Libertad", to late June, sources have told Launch. An exact arrival date for the disc has yet to be determined. Although it was never officially confirmed, June 5 was widely reported as the record's initial release date. EVANESCENCE is playing South Africa's My Coke Festival on April 27 in Johannesburg and May 1 in Cape Town. The band will also co-headline this summer's Family Values tour with KORN, which starts on July 20 in St. Louis.
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