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Aerosmith's Joey Kramer: Pounding Skins and Coffee Shots

There is no more quintessential “Boston” rock band than Aerosmith. Since their formation some more than 45 years ago (!) they’ve proudly stood for everything Beantown, and even have an official city historical plaque in front of their old living/rehearsal space. 870 more words

'70s Rock

On January 5, 1973.

On January 5, 1973, “Columbia” label released the self titled album by Aerosmith. The album was recorded in October 1972, at the “Intermedia Studios” in Boston, and was produced by Adrian Barber. 66 more words

Classic Rock Almanac December 31, 2015

TRIVIA

Today’s Question: Police guitarist Andy Summers turns 73 years old today (December 31st).

Summers was not The Police’s original guitarist. He joined after they’d put out an independent single called “Fall Out.” Who did he replace? 482 more words

Features

Aerosmith Nine Lives Live .......

Aerosmith/Jonny Lang….Aug 14th/1997/Minneapolis Mn/Target Center

So the Aero juggernaut landed in the State of Minnesota and along with myself and Tbone we had a special guest with us and that would be my wife Sue who was along for the ride(as well as she was 6 months pregnant with our first daughter Kylee!) 1,696 more words

Hard Rock

Cleveland Indians celebrate 1995 AL Championship team at Progressive Field

Friday was an amazing night of celebration for the Cleveland Indians 1995 AL Championship team, with a pregame ceremony on the field, in-game highlights from the magical season and a post-game flag raising ceremony in the Right Field District. 39 more words

Seattle foul ball goes into Cleveland Indians radio booth, Tom Hamilton really lets Jim Rosenhaus have it

In Wednesday’s Cleveland Indians-Seattle Mariners game at Progressive Field, Mike Zunino fouled a ball right back — into the Indians radio booth.

Jim Rosenhaus did not catch it, and Tom Hamilton  15 more words