Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler said he has no interest in reading bandmate Joe Perry's new autobiography.
The Toxic Twins had gotten clean. The song doctors had been summoned. The sound had been slickened.
Aerosmith began to fall apart on their sixth album, which was released on Nov. 1, 1979.
Many people don't realize it, but the struggle with addiction doesn't end after rehab; it's a lifelong fight, and one that requires lifelong commitment.
Aerosmith's Joey Kramer says he's feeling fine, two months after a health scare. So much so that he's ready to take on those who misreported his heart condition as chronic.
A vintage performance from Aerosmith's classic '70s era has made its way back to collectors.
Throughout the history of Aerosmith, vocalist Steven Tyler has often been the outspoken member of the group.
'Pump,' one of the most popular and certainly most triumphant albums of Aerosmith’s historic career, consolidated the band’s comeback from the brink of late-‘70s destruction, beating a younger generation of hard rock bands at their own game.
Aerosmith nearly fell apart in the late '70s and early '80s, with guitarists Joe Perry and Brad Whitford both leaving the lineup prior to 1982's disappointing 'Rock in a Hard Place' album.
Aerosmith and Elvis Costello's appearances on 'The Simpsons' are being immortalized in yellow plastic.