Due to an illness in the band, the AEROSMITH concert scheduled for Sunday, March 19 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec has been cancelled. There is no plan to reschedule the date. Refunds are available ONLY at point of purchase. The promoter apologizes for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Since March 4, scheduled concerts in in Pensacola, FL; Lexington, KY; Manchester, NH; Hershey, PA; Wilkes-Barre, PA; and East Lansing, MI, were canceled, some with little notice. The reason for the cancellations is an unspecified illness in the AEROSMITH camp, which some people think is a nasty upper respiratory issue that's got a hold on frontman Steven Tyler, according to Launch Radio Networks.
Per Billboard, AEROSMITH is the number three tour in the country, behind U2 and BON JOVI.
AEROSMITH's latest release is the concert set "Rockin' The Joint (Live At The Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas)", which was recorded at a January 2002 show. It's available on both CD and DVD.
AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry said that the band hopes to start working on a new album in the spring. It will be their first studio project since 2004's "Honkin' On Bobo".
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