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It was in 1971 at a small gig in NY, called Max’s Kansas City, where Clive Davis made Aerosmith stars, “Juss the way they are!” He got them a record deal with Columbia Records, where they released there first album in 1973. From there Aerosmith toured and moved to Boston. They toured forever and where always taking drugs. They kept releasing albums and taking drugs and touring and so on. Finally, In 1979 Aerosmith hit bottom. With Joe Perry leaving for a solo career with the Joe Perry project. Then Brad Whitford left to pursue a career with Derek St. Holmes. Aerosmith hit the bottom. Steven Tyler decided to find two replacement guitarist (Jimmy Crespo and Rick Dufay). Joe Perry meanwhile had released 3 albums with his band the Joe Perry project. Most of the Aerosmith band members decided they had went to far with the drugs and got into rehab. By 1984 Aerosmith was back together. They went on a “Back In the Saddle” tour. They then quit Columbia and moved in with Geffen Records. They didn’t completely get over the drugs and the down, but they were on there way up. Finally, In 1987 Aerosmith had returned with there album Permanent Vacation. Finally in 1989 they were declared sober kicking the drugs completely. They released Pump and explored the music video world with Run DMC’s version of Walk This Way. And here they are back on top once again….consistently on top! Having sold nearly 100 million albums worldwide over the course of a career spanning a quarter century, Aerosmith have not merely survived and thrived, they’ve transcended the trends, fads and follies of their times to become one of the most durable, and perpetually exciting, forces in popular music. An American icon and worldwide sensation Aerosmith’s hits include “Dream On,” “Sweet Emotion,” “Walk This Way,” “Dream On,” “Come Together,” “Dude (Looks Like A Lady),” “Rag Doll,” “Angel,” “Janie’s Got A Gun,” “Love in an Elevator,” “Livin’ on the Edge,” “Cryin’,” “Amazing,” “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” and “Jaded.”




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