Aerosmith to bid farewell to the stage with its “Peace Out” tour
After more than half a century of trajectorythe American band Aerosmith, led by Steven Tyler, has announced this Monday their farewell tour, called Peace Out and will start in September.
“After 50 years, 10 world tours and more than 100 million fans,… It’s time for one more before we leave!“, they shared on Instagram.
The classic rock band consisting of Tyler (vocals), Joe Perry (lead guitar), Brad Whitford (guitar), Tom Hamilton (bass) and Joey Kramer (drums). will play 40 concerts starting September 12 in Philadelphia (USA) until January 26, 2024 in Montreal (Canada).
Aerosmith will be accompanied by. The Black Croweswho will perform as the opening act on the tour, which will include cities such as Boston, New York, San Francisco and Seattle, among others.
“It’s kind of an opportunity to celebrate the 50 years that we have been. You never know how much longer everyone is going to be healthy enough to do this,” Perry told the network. Fox News about the members of the group, all of whom are over 70 years of age.
The band, founded in Boston in 1970, has announced in a statement that. Kramer will not participate in the tour because he is focused on caring for his family and his health.
The group Has not released a new album since the release in 2012. of Another Dimension!the fifteenth album of his career.
In May 2022, Aerosmith canceled part of their Las Vegas residency because of Tyler’s relapse into drug addiction.
Also, the vocalist was indirectly implicated in December in a sexual assault lawsuit.resulting from an alleged relationship he had with an underage girl in the 1970s. The complaint did not explicitly mention his name, but according to the magazine Rolling StoneIn the past, the plaintiff made public her experience with Tyler.