Knowledge Identifier: &Aerosmith
Founded in 1977.
Countries: United States (52%), United Kingdom (13%), (7%)
Linked to: Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, Cheap Trick, Metallica
Jimmy Crespo - He was the lead guitarist & member for the hard rock band Aerosmith from 1979 until 1984
Jimmy Crespo - Invited to audition for the vacant lead guitarist position, Crespo was asked to join Aerosmith in October 1979
Also in 1980, Aerosmith released its "Greatest Hits" album
Steven Tyler - After Aerosmith launched a remarkable comeback in the late 1980s and early 1990s with the albums "Permanent Vacation", "Pump", and "Get a Grip", Tyler became a household name and has remained a relevant rock icon
Steven Tyler - After Tyler had successfully completed rehab, every other member of Aerosmith eventually followed suit; all had successfully exited their respective programs at various times in the mid-late 1980s
Jim Vallance - In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Vallance helped to write several songs with the band, including some of the hit singles "Rag Doll" , "Hangman Jury" , "The Other Side" , "Eat the Rich" , and "Deuces are Wild" , in addition to several other Aerosmith songs
MTV - MTV played some classic rock acts from the 1980s and earlier decades, including David Bowie, Dire Straits , Journey, Rush, Aerosmith, The Moody Blues, John Mellencamp, Billy Joel, Genesis, Billy Squier, Robert Palmer, Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart, The Who and &ZZ_Top; newly solo acts such as Robert Plant, Phil Collins, Paul McCartney, David Lee Roth and Pete_Townshend; supergroup acts such as Asia, Power Station, The Firm and Traveling Wilburys, as well as forgotten acts such as Michael Stanley Band, Shoes, Blotto and Taxxi
Bob Mayo - In 1981, Mayo was asked by Joey Kramer of Aerosmith to play keyboards in his band Renegade fronted by vocalist Marge Raymond
After recording guitar parts for the song "Lightning Strikes", Whitford was replaced by Rick Dufay and the band recorded their seventh album "Rock in a Hard Place" in 1982
Jimmy Crespo - Crespo co-wrote six of the songs on Aerosmith's 1982 album "Rock in a Hard Place" with Tyler
Rick Dufay - Dufay can be heard on parts of Aerosmith's 1982 album "Rock in a Hard Place" as well being seen in the video for "Lightning Strikes"
Heavy metal music - For example, the 1983 "Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll" includes this passage: "known for its aggressive blues-based hard-rock style, Aerosmith was the top American heavy-metal band of the mid-Seventies
In 1984, Aerosmith embarked on a reunion tour called the "Back in the Saddle Tour", which led to the live album "Classics Live II"
Jimmy Crespo - Commercial difficulties during pre-production of the band's next album coupled with singer Tyler's desire to reconvene with guitarist Perry saw Crespo exit the band in mid 1984, as the "classic" 1971-1979 Aerosmith lineup re-formed
Joe Perry (musician) - In 1984, Aerosmith embarked on the successful comeback tour, the "Back in the Saddle Tour"
Barry Goudreau - The band added keyboardist and backing vocalist Brian Maes and toured in support of Aerosmith in 1984 but ultimately broke up in 1985
Joe Perry (musician) - In February 1984, both Perry and Whitford met up with their old bandmates in Aerosmith, which led to them re-joining the band two months later
Steven Tyler - On February 14, 1984, Perry and Whitford, who left the band in 1979 and 1981 respectively, showed up at an Aerosmith show
Joe Perry (musician) - In 1986, Perry and Tyler collaborated with Run-D.M.C. in a remake of & Aerosmith's 1975 hit "Walk This Way", which helped break rap into mainstream popularity and brought Aerosmith renewed mainstream attention as well
Rick Rubin - In 1986, he worked with Aerosmith again on demos for their forthcoming album, but their collaboration ended early and resulted in only rough studio jams
Rick Rubin - This 1986 production is often credited with both introducing rap-hard rock to mainstream ears and revitalizing Aerosmith
Kristin Dattilo - Dattilo is remembered for her role as the titular song character in the music video of Aerosmith's 1989 record "Janie's Got a Gun"
Tommy Aldridge - Tommy appeared on Whitesnake's "Slip Of The Tongue", released in 1989, which was considerably less successful ; Whitesnake nevertheless remained massively successful and toured the world to support the album, co-headlining the 1990 Monsters of Rock festival at Donington Park with Aerosmith
Jeff Lynne - Lynne's work in the 1990s includes production of a 1993 album for singer/songwriter Julianna Raye entitled "Something Peculiar" and production or songwriting contributions to albums by Roger McGuinn , Joe Cocker , Aerosmith , Tom Jones , Bonnie Tyler , the film "Still Crazy", Hank Marvin , Et Moi , and the Tandy Morgan Band
Edward Furlong - In 1993, Furlong was featured in Aerosmith's music video for "Livin' on the Edge"
Crazy (Aerosmith song) - It was the final single from Aerosmith's massively successful 1993 album "Get a Grip"
Liv Tyler - They have worked together professionally, once when she appeared in Aerosmith's music video for "Crazy" in 1993, and again when Aerosmith performed many of the songs in the film "Armageddon" in which Liv Tyler starred
In 1994, Aerosmith released the song "Head First" on the CompuServe online service, which is considered to be the first full-length commercial product available online
Joe Perry (musician) - While grateful for all he had done to help resurrect their careers, Aerosmith fired Collins in 1996 and carried on with new management
Diane Warren - "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" is a song performed by American rock band Aerosmith for the 1998 film "Armageddon"
In 1999, Aerosmith was featured in the Disney Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World ride, Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, providing the ride's soundtrack and theme
Joe Perry (musician) - In 2001, Aerosmith performed at the Super Bowl XXXV half-time show and released the platinum-certified "Just Push Play", which included the Top 10 single "Jaded"
Steven Tyler - In 2001, Aerosmith played at the Super Bowl XXXV Halftime Show and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Kid Rock - In early 2001, Rock inducted Aerosmith into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and performed "Sweet Emotion" at the induction ceremony
Rick Dufay - Perry thanked Dufay for "committing career suicide" during Aerosmith's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame acceptance speech in 2001
Steven Tyler - The band went on tour again in the summer of 2001, and since Aerosmith has toured every year, except 2008
In May, Aerosmith covered the "Theme from Spider-Man" for the soundtrack of the 2002 film of the same name
Steven Tyler - In 2002, Aerosmith's two-hour long "Behind the Music" was released, chronicling the band's tumultuous history and current activities and touring
In 2003, Aerosmith co-headlined with Kiss on the Rocksimus Maximus Tour, in preparation for release of their blues album
Jon Brant - In 2004, when Petersson was unable to tour briefly after the birth of his child, Brant re-joined the band for a month of shows as opening act for Aerosmith
Steven Tyler - The 2004 film "The Polar Express" featured Tyler singing "Rockin' on Top of the World" alongside a group of computer-animated elves resembling Aerosmith
Mick Mars - Despite his precarious health condition, he was able to perform in the Carnival of Sins tour in 2005 and the Route of All Evil Tour with Aerosmith in 2006
Steven Tyler - After a few weeks of rest, Tyler and the rest of Aerosmith entered the studio on May 20, 2006 to begin work on their new album
Ehud Goldwasser - On September 19, 2006, rock band Aerosmith dedicated their hit song "Dream On" to Goldwasser at the request of his wife
Steven Tyler - Back in 2007, Aerosmith had to cancel their first concert in Maui, which resulted in a class action lawsuit involving 8,000 plaintiffs
Steven Tyler - In 2007, Tyler kept active in Aerosmith with the band's world tour which saw them perform in 19 countries
Bar Refaeli - She debuted in the 2007 "Sports Illustrated" Swimsuit Issue, becoming the first Israeli model to appear in the magazine, posing with rock band Aerosmith
Guitar Hero - On September 4, 2007, "Billboard" announced that the band Aerosmith was "working closely with the makers of "Guitar Hero IV", which will be dedicated to the group's music
Steven Tyler - On November 9, 2009, it was reported that Steven Tyler had no contact with the other members of Aerosmith and that they were unsure if he was still in the band
Steven Tyler - Despite rumors of leaving the band, and notwithstanding Perry's comment as reported earlier the same day, Tyler joined The Joe Perry Project onstage November 10, 2009, at the Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza and performed "Walk This Way." According to sources at the event, Tyler assured the crowd that despite rumors to the contrary, he is "not quitting Aerosmith
Joe Perry (musician) - On November 10, 2009, at a Joe Perry Project concert in New York City, Tyler made a surprise appearance, assuring the crowd he was not quitting Aerosmith and performed "Walk This Way" with the band
Steven Tyler - In 2010, Steven Tyler embarked on the Cocked, Locked, Ready to Rock Tour with Aerosmith, which saw them perform over 40 concerts in 18 countries
Steven Tyler - Throughout the summer of 2011, Tyler worked with the other members of Aerosmith on the band's next studio album, scheduled for release in the spring of 2012
Steven Tyler - On March 11, 2012, a special about Aerosmith aired on "60 Minutes", where some of the comments made by the band members highlighted the still-contentious relationships in the band
Carrie Underwood - On January 21, 2013, "Can't Stop Lovin' You", a song by rock band Aerosmith with featured vocals by Underwood, was released as a single
Forsyth Barr Stadium - Its future as a music venue is in doubt however after poor ticket sales for the Aerosmith concert in April 2013
Slash (musician) - Slash has announced he will touring The USA in the summer of 2014 with Aerosmith
Sydney Steel Corporation - Open Hearth Park features a playground and soccer field, and has hosted events such as a concert by international recording stars Aerosmith in September 2014
Steven Tyler - In May 2015, Tyler released the country single "Love is Your Name"; his debut solo album is expected to be released in the latter part of the year after Aerosmith finishes their 17-date Blue Army Tour in August
Joe Perry (musician) - On June 13, 2015, Perry will join Aerosmith on the Blue Army Tour, which will send the band to 17 North American locations through August 7, many of them in smaller venues in secondary markets that the band has either never performed in or hasn't performed in many years
After years of performing, the band continues to tour and record music, but is embarking on a farewell tour The band will be performing at a residency in Las Vegas in the spring and summer of 2019