History of Aerosmith Group

Aerosmith is an American rock band.

In 1970, Steven Tyler, Tom Hamilton, Joe Perry founded a band that was later supplemented by Brad Whitford, Joy Kramer. The debut album in the biography “Aerosmith” was released in 1973 under the name “Aerosmith”. In the 1970s the band became popular, several albums were released.

Having visited many festivals, toured a lot, the group, along with musical fame, received alcoholic and narcotic fame. As a result, 1979 – 1984 became one of the most difficult in the biography of the Aerosmith group. But on the verge of collapse, the group was able to recreate.

The next album “Done with Mirrors” was released in 1985. The album “Permanent Vacation” has become more popular. The first “Grammy” in the biography “Aerosmith” was obtained for the album “Pump”. The 1993 album “Get a Grip” was very successful, and “Nine Lives” in 1997 initially did not cause approval from the listeners, but gradually gained momentum, eventually becoming platinum.

Throughout the 1990s, the biggest hit was the song “I Do not Want to Miss a Thing.” Due to constant disagreements with managers, in 2001 the group members decided to fire all managers. In 2001, the album “Just Push Play” was released, in 2004 – “Honkin ‘on Bobo”.

Group members:

Vocals, pianos, drums: Steven Tyler. .

Guitar, vocals: Joe Perry.

Rhythm guitar: Brad Whitford.

Bass: Tom Hamilton.

Percussion: Joy Kramer.

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)

History of Aerosmith Group