AEROSMITH Won't Rock With BOSTON POPS After All

According to The Boston Globe, the organizers of the annual Fourth of July extravaganza confirmed Thursday (June 3) AEROSMITH will not be joining the Boston Pops orchestra for their annual Independence Day concert after all. "The Pops and AEROSMITH have been unable to resolve logistical issues in the period between [the band's] North American tour and their Japanese tour," said David Mugar, the event's executive producer. Pops conductor Keith Lockhart said yesterday it "just didn't come together, but Steve Tyler and I were talking, and we want to make it happen at some point."

AEROSMITH, who are on the road promoting its latest CD, "Honkin' on Bobo", wrap their North American tour June 28 and open in Sapporo, Japan, July 10.

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