Aerosmith have managed to churn out some occasionally damn good music, especially in the mid and late 80s reunion years, when Joe Perry rejoined them. If hearing more from and about the ultimate re-union album, Permanent Vacation strikes you as a solid use of time, read on!
Classic heavy metal band makes a single that’s a number 1 smash AND also the signature tune in the highest earning movie of that year? That’s right, it’s Aerosmith, and ‘I Don’t Want To Miss a Thing’ – made famous in the disaster movie Armageddon. Settle in for the full story.
The Rock N Roll Hall of Fame recently announced its list of inductees for 2023, and Iron Maiden have missed out yet again. Should anyone care about this apparently outrageous oversight? Well, The Hawk figured that the subject at least warranted a blog post.
In November of 1973, shortly after her 16th birthday, Julia Holcomb met Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler – one of Aerosmith’s famous Toxic Twins – backstage at a concert in Portland, Oregon, kicking off an infamous 3-year relationship. One that has now come back to bite Tyler in a big way – via the law.
Steven Tyler and Joe Perry. A.K.A the lead singer, lead guitarist and twin creative drivers behind rock supergroup Aerosmith. A.K.A the Toxic Twins. So how did they earn their nickname? Well, let’s just say it’s been well earned over the years. Let’s dive into this story of debauchery and excess.