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Aerosmith Timeline :)

A timeline of Aerosmith's career! :D
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Storri Gadau

on 11 March 2011

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Transcript of Aerosmith Timeline :)

Aerosmith 1970
The band is first formed at a summer resort in Sunapee, New Hampshire. 1972
Signed with Columbia Records! November 6, 1970
Aerosmith performs their first concert at Nipmuc Regional High School in Mendon, MA 1972
Aerosmith lands a $125,000 deal with Columbia, following a show at New York's Max's Kansas City, when Clive Davis saw them play. The song "No Suprize" chronicles this event.
Aerosmith! 1973
Self titled album is released. 1973
First Aerosmith tour begins. 1975
The hit song, "Walk This Way" is released featuring RUN D.M.C. which is a perfect clash. It's the first rock-rap crossover hit to reach #4. 1978
Aerosmith make their Hollywood debut with an appearance in Robert Stigwood's "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" movie as the "Future Villain Band"
1978
The band bailed out 53 fans arrested for smoking pot at a show in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
1979
The extremely talented guitarist of Aerosmith, Joe Perry leaves and is replaced by Jimmy Crespo. 1980
Aerosmith’s ‘Greatest Hits’ collection is released. It remains their best-selling album to date, having sold 11 million copies. 1981
Brad Whitford leaves and is replaced by Rick Dufay. 1984
Guitarists-in-exile Joe Perry and Brad Whitford attend Aerosmith’s show at Boston’s Orpheum. Afterward, they agree to put the original quintet back together.
1989
'Pump,’ the cornerstone album of Aerosmith’s post-sobriety renaissance, is released. It yields a bumper crop of hit singles: “Love in an Elevator” (#5), “Janie’s Got a Gun” (#4), “What It Takes” (#9) and “The Other Side” (#22)
Aerosmith (: 1991
Aerosmith wins their first grammy for "Janie's Got a Gun" They eventually move on to win 3 more. 2001
Inducted into the hall of fame and also performs at superbowl XXXV's half time show. lalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalala :) 1998
The release of the band's only #1 hit and most famous song, "I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing" THE END :)
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