When Aerosmith finally calls it quits, they’ll go down in history as one of the most successful American Rock & Roll bands of all time.
The “Peace Out” tour will begin at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Friday, Sept. 22, 2023. Tickets are on sale now.
The Black Crowes will appear as special guests on Aerosmith’s final tour.
Aerosmith Leaves Incredible Legacy
Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer (who unfortunately won’t perform on the “Peace Out” tour), and Brad Whitford formed Aerosmith in 1970.
They released their self-titled debut album with Columbia Records in 1972.
“Dream On” rose to the top of the charts as their most popular single while Tyler’s popularity as the front man and lead vocalist skyrocketed in the public eye.
Aerosmith released Toys in the Attic in 1975. The album included two of the band’s most iconic hits, “Walk This Way” and “Sweet Emotion.”
Despite their rise as a mainstream band during the 1970s, they have experienced different waves of popularity. Permanent Vacation in 1987 and Pump in 1989 helped them regain the spotlight, and “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” in 1998 created another surge.
They have recorded 15 total studio albums.
Their timeless music catalogue will hold their place in history as legends of Rock & Roll and the entire music industry.
However, the continued use of Aerosmith movie scenes will also help preserve the band’s legacy. Aerosmith hits have appeared in such a wide variety of contexts on the big screen.
One of their songs kicked off a movie made during the 1990s about the 1970s.
Another Aersomith movie scene wrapped up a Disney movie with their most popular song.
Steven Tyler has also made a cameo appearance as himself in a forgotten music scene.
The band even thought of the name for “Walk This Way” because of a scene from Young Frankenstein in 1974.