After more than 50 years of rocking out, Aerosmith has announced their farewell tour, marking the end of an era in music history. The iconic band known for hits like “Dream On” and “Walk This Way” will be taking the stage one last time in cities across the globe. However, the tour comes with some bittersweet news, as founding member Joey Kramer will not be joining his fellow bandmates due to family and health reasons.
The Tour Details
The tour is set to kick off in September and will run through the end of the year. Fans will have the opportunity to see the band perform in some of the most iconic venues around the world, including Madison Square Garden in New York City and Wembley Stadium in London. Aerosmith promises to deliver an unforgettable experience to their loyal fans, with hits from their extensive catalogue and some surprises along the way.
Despite the absence of Kramer, the band is still excited to embark on this final journey together. In a statement released by the group, they said, “While we are saddened by Joey’s decision to not perform with us on this tour, we respect his choice and support him in his focus on his family and health. We are grateful for his contributions to the band over the years and we will miss him on the road.”
The Legacy of Aerosmith
Aerosmith’s impact on music cannot be understated. They have sold over 150 million albums worldwide, making them one of the best-selling bands of all time. They have also been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and have won four Grammy Awards. Their music has touched the lives of fans around the world, and their influence can be heard in countless other bands that have followed in their footsteps.
As they prepare to say goodbye, fans are left with a sense of nostalgia and gratitude for the many years of music and memories that Aerosmith has given them. The farewell tour will undoubtedly be an emotional experience for fans and band members alike.
The announcement of Aerosmith’s farewell tour marks the end of an era in music history. While it’s sad to see the band go, fans can take comfort in the fact that they will have one last chance to rock out with Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Brad Whitford, and Tom Hamilton. And while Joey Kramer may not be with them physically, his contributions to the band over the years will always be remembered. We wish him all the best in his focus on family and health. Here’s to one last ride with Aerosmith