Aerosmith's big-screen concert movie, Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014, shows in theaters on Thursday. But we're giving you a sneak peek with a live version of the classic "Mama Kin," which you can watch above.

The song, which was released on the band's self-titled 1973 debut album, has long been a concert favorite among fans. It's also one of the toughest songs in Aerosmith's vast catalog, which probably explains its durability over the past 42 years. It also explains why the song ended the concert the movie documents. Just watch these guys tear through the song.

The band headlined the Download Festival in Donington Park, England, last June. The set -- which included everything from opener "Train Kept A-Rollin'," "Love in an Elevator" and "Last Child" to "Same Old Song and Dance," "Toys in the Attic" and "Dream On," during the encore -- was loaded with some of their best songs.

The movie version of this concert plays in select theaters on Thursday. The 90-minute film is part of Fathom Events’ new Classic Music Series. You can find a complete list of theaters that will be showing the movie, as well as ticket information, on Fathom’s website.

Aerosmith are also hitting the road this summer, with just a handful of dates announced so far. The tour starts in Oklahoma on June 27 and winds down about a month later in Wyoming. More dates should be announced soon.

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