Report: AEROSMITH To Rock With BOSTON POPS ORCHESTRA

AEROSMITH are in talks to appear alongside the Boston Pops Orchestra at their annual Independence Day concert, according to the Boston Herald.

According to a source close to the band cited by the newspaper, Steven Tyler, Joe Perry and the rest are discussing the prospect of rockin' the house with Keith Lockhart and the Pops before hundreds of thousands of fans on the Esplanade and a national TV audience.

The source said the invitation is "long overdue" and the band is excited about rearranging power ballads such as "Dream On" and "Don't Want to Miss a Thing" for orchestra. The band is even considering, the source said, "crazy arrangements" of such harder-rocking tunes as "Back in the Saddle", a la METALLICA's recent performance with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. Read more.

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