Photo: Ross HalfinThousands of Aerosmith fans crowded the streets of Boston on Monday to watch the legendary rockers play a free concert celebrating the arrival of their latest album, Music from Another Dimension!, which hits stores on Tuesday. The band performed on a stage set up on a flatbed truck in front of 1325 Commonwealth Avenue, the apartment building where they lived during their early years together. read more ≫
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Facebook.com/Chicago.OfficialLast November, Chicago played a special holiday show at B.B. Kings Blues Club & Grill in New York City to raise money for the Musicians on Call charity, and the band is set to do it again this year. The veteran group will visit the venue on November 19 to perform a selection of its classic hits, as well as to promote its just-released album, The Ultimate Christmas Collection, a two-CD sets that features highlights from its previous holiday records. read more ≫
Photo: Ross HalfinThe top-secret location of Aerosmith's concert today in Boston has been announced: 1325 Commonwealth Avenue. ***** dab in the heart of the city, the location is right in front of the band's former apartment where they lived way back in their lean-and-mean years.
The show kicks off at noon ET and will showcase songs from Aerosmith's new album, Music from Another Dimension!, which arrives in stores tomorrow. read more ≫
Facebook.com/EltonJohnElton John has prevailed in a lawsuit brought against him by a songwriter who claimed he was the inspiration for the lyrics to Elton's 1985 hit "Nikita," according to TMZ.com.
Guy Hobbs filed his suit in April, alleging that his 1982 song, "Natasha," contained lyrics that were later used by Elton for "Nikita." read more ≫