Saturday, August 11, 2012

VIDEO: Aerosmith guitarist checks in from the road

Aerosmith wrap up their Global Warming summer tour this weekend in Bristow, VA.

Sunday’s concert is a makeup date for a show that was originally scheduled for July 3, but was postponed following news that Steven Tyler was under doctor’s orders to refrain from performing in order to provide vocal rest – just five shows into the tour.

In the band’s latest video report from the road, guitarist Brad Whitford checks in to discuss the group’s new album - “Music From Another Dimension” – the second leg of the tour and heading back out with the Experience Hendrix project in 2013.

“We got a whole bunch of things lined up for the fall,” says Whitford. “Special television appearances and more concerts in October and November…probably even into December. We’ll be continuing this tour and probably wrapping it up sometime before the holidays.”

“Music From Another Dimension” will be released on November 6; the project's first single, “Legendary Child,” is out now.

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