Wanna 'Open' For AEROSMITH?

AEROSMITH's official fan club, AeroForceOne, has issued the following update:

"Rock icons AEROSMITH with special guest ZZ TOP are gonna wreak rock 'n' roll havoc this summer on a massive U.S. tour! And you could be the opening act. Time to put your Guitar Hero skill to the ultimate test. This isn't your living room couch — it's the real deal! Two worthy fans will perform playing Guitar Hero: Aerosmith on stage as the opening act before the show roars onto the stage — one winner from online and one from radio will be chosen in each city. If that taste of rock stardom weren't reward enough, the winner from each city also wins two tickets to the show, a Guitar Hero: Aerosmith game pack, and a personal congrats from Steven Tyler and Joe Perry before the show! (For the winner only, not their guest)

"Your moment of rock glory will be captured on video and posted to Aeroforceone.com and the AEROSMITH YouTube channel — let your friends try to top that!"

For more information, go to this location.


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