AEROSMITH's WHITFORD To Sit Out Part Of Tour; Temorary Replacement Announced
AEROSMITH guitarist Brad Whitford will be sitting out part of the band's upcoming Guitar Hero: Aerosmith Presents Aerosmith tour dates with special guests ZZ TOP as he recuperates from recent surgery. Bobby Schneck (who has played with GREEN DAY, WEEZER and SLASH) will be filling in for the guitarist. AEROSMITH regrets any inconvenience to its fans and thanks everyone for their support.
Steven Tyler and Joey Kramer of AEROSMITH confirmed during a June 2 appearance on the WZLX radio station in Boston, Massachusetts that they will play the whole ""Toys In The Attic" album on their trek with ZZ TOP.
"Toys In The Attic", AEROSMITH's third album, was released in 1975 and is one of their most successful efforts. It includes the classic singles "Walk This Way" and "Sweet Emotion", as well as "Adam's Apple", "Big Ten-Inch Record", "Round And Round", "Uncle Salty" and the title track.
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