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  1. jashbee wrote:

    07:15 AM, Jun 18, 2009

    I just read that the boys from Boston are playing Toys in the Attic in it's entirety on this tour. Awesome! hvt you must be one of the I don't Want to Miss a Thing generation fans. Sorry but Toys is the best Aerosmith album. I would be ecstatic to see that played live. Now I am mad that they are not coming closer to me. If I do get to see them I pray they don't play their only #1 song IDWTMAT. Sad, their whole 70's catalog is better than that one song.

  2. jazzpotato wrote:

    10:28 PM, Jun 05, 2009

    A great concert the first time! Sweet Emotion was on the radio (remember radio?) in those days. Back then it was Areosmith opening for ZZtop, this time it's the other way around.

  3. IAFrost wrote:

    10:40 AM, May 29, 2009

    A couple of years ago Aerosmith had two sold out shows in Des Moines, IA and Omaha, NE. I had a ticket to one of these. Then Steven Tyler's vocal cord broke and the tour was stopped. That happens. I am happy that the voice has been repaired, however, I am a little bitter at the band. Since that cancellation the band has continued to play and perform all over the country, except Des Moines and Omaha. Common courtesy would have brought them back to say thanks. It makes me think that Aerosmith does not truly care about their fans. I hope that they tour around Omaha again. Although I have had that hope for two years now.

  4. shazam wrote:

    02:02 PM, Apr 09, 2009

    Aerosmith is one of the best classic rock bands of all time still making music and touring always a great show. Now Kid Rock is a corporate created joke and a terrible band to play with Aerosmith not even in the same class just because Kid Rock's albums sell doesn't mean its good music or that we want to hear or see it. Wish I would have missed Kid but instead i wanted to have an open mind what a waste of time.

  5. Anonymous wrote:

    05:11 PM, Oct 12, 2002

    this was the 3rd time that i saw aerosmith and the second time i saw kid rock one word AWESOME!!! i would most definitely see kid rock each time he was in ct. he puts on such a great performance. :)

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