I created this page in honor of America's rock band, Aerosmith. Aerosmith has influenced my life in so many ways, and this is a way for me to repay them. There is a lot of useful information about Aerosmith, as well as free downloadable midi files. Read Aerosmith's history and find out what the band has gone through in the past, or check out the news to see what Aerosmith is doing now. There's lots to do, so come on in, and I hope that all of us Aerosmith fans, as well as everyone else, enjoys my Aerosmith tribute site.
If you haven't seen Aeromsith, or think that they are too old, you're wrong! I saw their concert on 11-19-98 and 5-8-04 at the Civic Center in Peoria; on 5-23-99, 7-5-01, 8-1-02, and 9-26-03 at the Tweeter Center in Tinley Park; on 10-23-01 at the AllState Arena in Rosemont; on 11-7-01 at the Univeristy of Illinois Assembly Hall in Champaign; on 10-19-02 at the Mars Music Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach; on 9-28-03 at the UMB Bank Pavilion in St. Louis; and on 12-12-03 at the Mark of The Quad Cities in Moline. At each concert they rocked the house, proving that music, like wine, gets better with age. All the members of Aerosmith played great. The intensity of their concerts is awesome. I've seen a lot of other bands, and few come close to beeing as good as Aerosmith. In short, Aerosmith rocks!
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Here's the latest news story on Aerosmith:
Aerosmith recently allowed the CBS Early show crew backstage and into their Hershey, PA show where CBS's own Dave Price was an Aerosmith Roadie for a day. Check out what Dave had to do in the "Roadie for a Day" segment which will air between 7am et/pt and 8am et/pt this Friday, July 2nd. Following that hour will air an Aerosmith profile including an interview with Tracy Smith.
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