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Aerosmith announces farewell tour starting in September

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I loved Simon T's stint in American idol.

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I would love to see them here in Japan, but I am sure I wouldn't be able to afford the ticket prices.

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Thank God..

Bye bye!!..

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Steven Tyler 75

Tom Hamilton 71

Joey Kramer 72

Joe Perry 72

Brad Whitford 71

They are still a bunch of youngsters when compared with the Stones.

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I love Aerosmith. Their music grows on you. I was not a big fan before, however over the years - like a fine wine, they have evolved. For the sophisticated only.

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I saw Aerosmith live in concert once with ACDC playing back-up for them in the 70s.

ACDC blew Aerosmith off the stage into another universe.

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Farewell because the lead singer kept a sex slave and may go to prison tour?

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Good for the fans that the band is still healthy and strong enough to make a tour, it may not be the same as when they were in their peak but obviously fans will be extremely happy about it.

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Walk this way!!!!! Talk this wayiiiii ....

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Michael MachidaToday  10:05 am JST

*I love Aerosmith. Their music grows on you. I was not a big fan before, however over the years - like a fine wine, they have evolved. For the sophisticated only.*

Changing to a more pop music style isn't evolution and sophisticated. I was happy for them to get more commercial success a larger audience but IMHO their music went downhill. Their first six albums are some of the best US hard rock ever made.

Saw them several times in the 80's and they were a blast. Loud as hell.

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Saw them in Hiroshima many many years ago. A lady with her daughter was standing in line in front of us had traveled from Australia to see them. I guess they don’t tour down under. Eh there’s always Men At Work:)

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wallaceToday  09:59 am JST

Steven Tyler 75

Tom Hamilton 71

Joey Kramer 72

Joe Perry 72

Brad Whitford 71

They are still a bunch of youngsters when compared with the Stones.

But they don't hold a candle to the multi-genre spanning, distinct, even more influential and innovative, never stopped rolling, and still relevant Rolling Stones. The only thing that those two bands have in common is an ugly singer and Steven Tyler looks even WORSE than Mick.

The damn radio in the US just plays a handful of Aerosmith songs to the point you get sick of them. The Rolling Stones have scads of stuff for DJs to play and they get played.

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I was commenting more on their ages than their music. For me, the Stones are my No1 band.

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For me, the Stones are my No1 band.

Indeed. Their Satanic Majesties Request... the RollingStones is the quintessential psychedelic record and is awesome!!!

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