Aerosmith to Tour with Cheap Trick

Published: 2006-01-26
Despite being in the middle of a huge tour with Lenny Kravitz, Arena rock band Aerosmith is already planning its next jaunt.

The five-piece outfit headed by Steven Tyler will wrap up its tour with Kravitz on Febuary 24th, only to pick up and head back on the road on March 2nd with fellow rockers Cheap Trick.

Aerosmith has been making records since the 70s and is responsible for rock classics like "Janie's Got a Gun," "Amazin'," and the Armageddon film ballad "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing". The band's most recent studio album was Honkin' with Bobo, a blues record that came out in March 2004.

Cheap Trick also got its start in the 70s but rocked to a more pop sound with tunes like "Dream Police," "Surrender," and "The Flame."

The two bands will start their tour in Hollywood and then make their way around North America, ending up back on the west coast, but north of the 49th parallel.

Here's where they'll be heading:

March 19, Montreal, QC - Bell Centre
March 21, London, ON - John Labatt Centre
April 5, Saskatoon, SK - Credit Union Centre
April 7, Edmonton, AB - Rexall Place
April 9, Vancouver, BC - GM Place

Writer: Michelle Garcia



Fatal error: Call to undefined function session_is_registered() in /home2/soulshi/public_html/news/newsarticle.php on line 513
Posted by: Anonymous on February 02, 2006
Please login / register to post a personalized comment, or you may simply post as an Anonymous user.
SPEAK OUT! Post your comments about this article here.