Thousands of music lovers
blocked a street in Boston on Monday to hear Grammy Award-winning rock band Aerosmith a free concert in front of the building where the musicians started their career four decades ago.
The group sounded on pipes with “Walk This Way” and “Sweet Emotion” at the back of one. specially designed trailer, while euro area residents hanging out the window, sitting on balconies and rooftops to the concert to hear was noon
“It’s as if the world had been arrested for it. It’s like it was yesterday,” singer Steven Tyler told Reuters in an interview after the concert.
The band played on the occasion of the release of his 15th studio album “Music from a Different Dimension”, released on Tuesday. Aerosmith five members have a plaque Boston plan to assemble outside the building in Allston neighborhood where they lived in the early days, a career that has brought them four Grammy Awards and more than 20 Top 40 hits. “used to be my room,” guitarist Joe Perry yelled at a woman looking the second floor window. The crowd of thousands of teenagers who signs saying they school had about beaten to the show to look, celebrities like New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and fans whose history with the band back to its founding in 1970. “I’ve always liked Aerosmith. They were one of the first rock bands that I was growing up in Brazil,” said Michelle Fernandes, 43, waits for the concert begins. When she moved to the United States in 2003, Fernandes was surprised to learn that she worked in an office down the street, where his favorite band debuted said Fernandes. “It’s not that cool?” she said. The group has its ties to a city that is home to hundreds of thousands of students. “If there are groups of young people, when in college towns like this, there is a lot of passion,” says Tyler. “We love it.” While the group enjoyed the chance to see his old neighborhood, Perry refused to enter the apartment, where the band wrote songs like “Movin ‘Out”. “I fail to see how it looked today, because I love the memory of what it was when we were there,” Perry told Reuters. “I did not see it all spiffed and polished.” Thursday Aerosmith resumed his tour with a show in Oklahoma City.