Steven Tyler is going "Out on a Limb" this summer and you can join him with your own Steven Tyler tickets! The Aerosmith frontman is making stops in 19 cities across North America, where he will be backed by his band Loving Mary. Take a look at the Steven Tyler schedule below and find your tickets today on TicketNetwork.com!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Sep 03, 2017
|Steven Tyler||Puyallup, WA|
|Current Tour:||"Out on a Limb"|
|Discography:||(Unnamed Country Album) (2016)
In May 2016, Steven Tyler announced he would be embarking on a solo tour during the summer months. Dubbed "Out on a Limb," the long string of dates is set to begin on July 2 at the Venetian Theater in Las Vegas. From there, the tour will stop in theaters across the country, including Nob Hill Masonic Center in San Francisco, The Chicago Theatre in Chicago, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta, and Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre in Boston. The tour is set to wrap up on September 13 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto.
Joining Steven Tyler will be the Nashville based band Loving Mary. At each show, Steven Tyler will sit down and communicate with his fans about his ideas and thoughts on some of Aerosmith's top hits. Along with performing those hits, including "Dream On" and "Walk This Way," Steven Tyler will most likely perform tracks from his upcoming debut country album, including "Red, White and You."
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Steven Tyler was born on March 26, 1948 in Manhattan, New York. Growing up in the Bronx, Steven Tyler's father was a classical musician and pianist who taught music at Cardinal Spellman High School.
While attending a local rock show in rural New Hampshire around 1969, Steven Tyler met his future Aerosmith bandmates Joe Perry (guitar) and Tom Hamilton (bass), who were playing for a group called Jam Band. A year later, Tyler and Perry met again and recruited drummer Joey Kramer, bassist Tom Hamilton, and guitarist Ray Tabano to form Aerosmith. In 1973, Aerosmith signed with Columbia Records and released their self-titled debut album. While Aerosmith and their sophomore effort, Get Your Wings were moderate successes, it wasn't until Aerosmith's third album, Toys in the Attic that the band got their big break. Featuring the singles "Sweet Emotion" and "Walk This Way," the album sold over 8 million copies and remains the band's best-selling studio album.
While Aerosmith's first five albums were considered very successful, their records following 1977's Draw in the Line began to drop in popularity. In 1979, Aerosmith released Night in the Ruts, which only rose to gold. By that time, arguments and drug use began to plague the once chart topping band. Co-founder Joe Perry left the band due to disagreements between him and Steven Tyler. Brad Whitford, who replaced Ray Tabano in 1971 also left in 1980. Aerosmith's drop in popularity affected sales, and the early 1980s albums Rock in a Hard Place and Done with Mirrors were commercial failures.
A few years later, things for the band began to turn around. In 1984, both Perry and Whitford rejoined the band, and all of the members entered rehab to battle their drug addictions. In 1987, the band made a historic comeback with the release of Permanent Vacation, which has sold over five million units.
Since Permanent Vacation, Aerosmith has gone on to release six albums, most recently, Music from Another Dimension!, which debuted in 2012. Steven Tyler is set to drop his debut solo country album in 2016.