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Aerosmith News
Aerosmith News as of 5/27/2002

  • "Ultimate Hits" - New Greatest Hits!
  • Here is the track listing for Aerosmith's new Greatest Hits album coming out this July! It has two new songs: "Girls of Summer" and "Lay It Down". Their lyrics can be found in the lyrics section.

    Disc one:
    1. "Mama Kin"
    2."Dream On"
    3."Same Old Song and Dance"
    4."Seasons of Wither"
    5."Walk This Way"
    6."Big Ten Inch Record"
    7."Sweet Emotion"
    8."Last Child"
    9."Back in the Saddle"
    10."Draw the Line" (remix)
    11."Dude (Looks Like a Lady)"
    13."Rag Doll"
    14."Janie's Got a Gun"
    15."Love in an Elevator"
    16."What It Takes"

    Disc two:
    1."The Other Side"
    2."Livin' on the Edge"
    5."Deuces Are Wild"
    7."Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees)"
    8."Pink" (South Beach remix)
    9."I Don't Want To Miss a Thing"
    11."Just Push Play" (radio remix)
    12."Walk This Way" (Run DMC)
    13."Girls of Summer"
    14."Lay It Down"

Aerosmith News as of 11/5/2001

  • Tyler On Tylenol Causes Aerosmith To Scrap Shows
  • By Jon Wiederhorn

    Aerosmith, proving they're as much an American institution as Halloween or baseball, only canceled or postponed three shows after the terrorist attacks of September 11 before returning to the rock and roll highway.

    Since then, the band has played more than a dozen scheduled concerts without a hitch. But last weekend, the Aerosmith road machine suffered a temporary breakdown. Tired from touring almost nonstop since June, vocalist Steven Tyler fell ill and had to scrap a show in Pittsburgh at Mellon Arena on Saturday and another in Toronto at the Air Canada Centre on Monday, the band's publicist said. Aerosmith plan to resume the tour on Wednesday (October 31) in Montreal at the Molson Centre.

    Meanwhile, the band's upcoming Friday show has been moved from the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio, to the Ervin J. Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio.

    Aerosmith have tour dates scheduled through December 17 at the Gund Arena in Cleveland, but the band hopes to extend the Just Push Play trek through the end of January, the publicist said.

Aerosmith News as of 10/31/2001

  • Television Appearances!
  • I thought I would like to update all of you Aero-fans on a few upcoming Aerosmith television appearances. Tomorrow (11-1) is full of Aerosmith shows - check out the television section for dates, times and channels!!

Aerosmith News as of 10/26/2001

  • Just push 'patriotic' for a new attitude

  • Aerosmith's Tyler calls for serious thinking

    October 25, 2001


    If you don't believe America is a different place these days, just chat with Steven Tyler.

    The Aerosmith vocalist -- certifiably one of the 1970s' most decadent rock 'n' roll wild men -- has wrapped himself in the red, white and blue. And he has some unexpected pronouncements to make.

    Like this one: "We need to go back to the way it was 30 years ago, when everybody had Grandma and Grandpa, and we were willing to pass moral judgments about right and wrong."

    Or this: "We may need to change the way we think. As in Israel, I think there should be a mandatory draft, where you go away for the service of your country for three years."

    Tyler, 53, relishes the idea of " 'America the Beautiful,' flags in school, children respecting their hometown." He's all for sky marshals on airplanes, and he has some choice, non-newspaper words for terrorists. No pacifist counterculture sentiments here.

    Tyler -- who quit drugs and alcohol several years ago -- talked with the Free Press as Aerosmith headed to its third Detroit show this year. The group played a pair of sold-out dates at DTE Energy Music Theatre in July.

    Some readers may be startled to hear such conservative-sounding ideas coming from somebody like you.

    Well, there's the American thinking: "How can he be saying this? He was a drug addict!" But (Sept. 11) brought me to my knees. It made me change. When that second airplane hit the building, we all changed. We need to get back to some serious thinking.

    Does your music maintain a vital role amid all this?

    Well, I'm still also "Steven Tyler from Aerosmith," a guy who needs to celebrate that when the music plays, the channels change. It's that whole idea of "been working hard, now it's Friday night." Aerosmith is the fountain of youth. It's a time machine.

    I was really concerned that Tuesday (Sept. 11) that we were supposed to play that Friday in Washington, D.C. We talked about it and finally canceled that weekend. Did we really want to go back in and play songs like "Mama Kin" and "Dude Looks Like a Lady" while people were burying their dead? But we did get on with business as usual, which is to rock out and forget about everything else.

    Your latest album ("Just Push Play") failed to match the sales success of other recent Aerosmith releases. Should we put much stock in that?

    Nothing is ever a barometer. Nothing is ever for sure except that this band has been around forever. (Laughs) . . . We wanted to produce the record ourselves, so we did. And it only sold 2.5 million around the world. That's not bad, but it's not great.

    You've managed to maintain your upper range and projection well beyond the age most rock vocalists lose their potency.

    It's very simple. We used to be on tour for a year-and-a-half, never taking time off. When we felt tired, bored, we'd take a little coke, have a drink. But you pay for it the next day onstage. The interesting thing is that I was never really singing. Yeah, I got it right on the records, in the studio, but you listen back to the live stuff, and it was godawful.

    Now it's the dream tour. One day on, one day off. We're still going for a year-and-half stretch, but we get a day to recuperate. . . . Now that I'm in it with my eyes open, it's rejuvenating. I sweat my ass off, and I'm in better shape than ever. And it's still so beautiful to look out and know that a song you wrote in your basement is moving all these people.

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