AEROSMITH Might Play Full Albums On Tour

Launch Radio Networks reports: AEROSMITH is asking fans to help with something special on their upcoming tour. The band is thinking about doing two of their albums live at the shows, and they want to know which ones you'd prefer. Go to the fan club web site and vote for your favorites from throughout the band's career. The poll is open until October 15, which would give AEROSMITH two weeks to rehearse the winners, since they hit the road with LENNY KRAVITZ beginning October 30 in Uncasville, Connecticut.

Lead guitarist Joe Perry recently told Boston radio station WZLX-FM that the idea to focus on an album or two has been around for a while. "It's been something we've talked about for years, you know, like, actually doing a kind of a mini-set in the middle of a big set, you know, where you do an album from front-to-back, in that order," he said. "So if we got enough of a groundswell from our fans to do something like that, we would definitely do it."

AEROSMITH will release the live "Rockin' the Joint" set on October 25. The DualDisc features a live performance on the CD side and footage from the show on the DVD side.


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