Aerosmith is an iconic American rock band that helped define the heavy metal and hard rock music genre during the 1970s and early 1980s. Aerosmith tickets were, and continue to be, one of the hottest items that fans of rock music could get their hands on. Known for their flamboyant character, concert antics, and loud lyrics, Aerosmith became one of the most popular bands in America and around the world which meant obtaining Aerosmith tickets were almost impossible to get. Today, Aerosmith continues to perform as a group with the original band members all still participating.
The formation of Aerosmith occurred in the city of Boston in 1970. Aerosmith was formed when the members of Jam Band, guitarist Joe Perry and bassist Tom Hamilton, decided to form a group with vocalist Steven Tyler, drummer Joey Kramer, and guitarist Ray Tabano. A year later, Tabano was replaced by Brad Whitford and the rest became history.
Throughout the 1970s, Aerosmith tickets would increase in popularity as the band's star rose higher and higher. Their breakthrough album, Toys in the Attic, was released in 1975 and was followed with equal success by Rocks in 1976. By this time, the group's status as superstars on the rock music scene had been set in stone.
During the 1980s, the band suffered a blip in popularity and performance. Amid drug addictions and personal conflicts, Perry and Whitford left the band and were replaced by Jimmy Crespo and Rick Dufay. The new-look Aerosmith did not enjoy the popularity of the original band, releasing just one album between 1980 and 1984. Following the lack of success, and a clearing of the air between band members, Perry and Whitford returned to Aerosmith in 1984.
From there, the group made a slow rise back to the top of the charts. The collaboration between Aerosmith and Run-DMC in 1986 is credited with getting the band back on the track to stardom. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s Aerosmith's revival continued. The band released a number of multi-platinum albums, including Pump (1989), Get a Grip (1993), and Nine Lives (1997). Aerosmith tickets became a hot item again and fans packed arenas around the globe for a chance to hear the band perform in person.
Since the formation of Aerosmith in 1970, the group has conducted a total of 28 concert tours. The continuing popularity of Aerosmith tickets is evident in the number of concert tours the group has conducted so far in the 21st century. Since 2000, the group has conducted 13 concert tours including their upcoming summer and fall 2014 Let Rock Rule Tour.
Starting on 10 July, the Let Rock Rule Tour has 21 scheduled dates in North America and is set to run through 12 September. The tour will open in Wantagh, New York and crisscross the United States and Canada throughout the summer. Currently, the final date on the concert tour is set for 12 September at Open Hearth Park in Sydney, Nova Scotia.
For the best Aerosmith tickets on the Let Rock Rule Tour, turn to Onlineticketsusa.com for affordable prices and great seats at venues across North America.