AEROSMITH Lens Video For "Girls Of Summer"

June 13, 2002

AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler spent last weekend in Miami, Florida filming the video for "Girls of Summer", one of the two new cuts featured on the band's upcoming O, Yeah!-Ultimate Aerosmith Hits CD. Rumored to include an appearance by over 250 female models on the sand in South Beach, the video was directed by Dave Meyers, who had previously worked with PINK, JANET JACKSON, MICK JAGGER, KID ROCK and many others. Look for the video to be hitting the television airwaves in the next few weeks.

O, Yeah!-Ultimate Aerosmith Hits is due to be released on Tuesday, July 2nd.

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