Aerosmith performed a private, invitation-only show at Petco Park in San Diego, California on Wednesday for guests attending the Cisco Live! Convention in the city.
The group's 15-song set opened with their 1977 classic, “Draw The Line”, and relied heavily on the group’s material from the 1970s. The show included a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Stop Messin Around”, a track featured on Aerosmith’s 2004 album, “Honkin’ On Bobo.”
The event also served as a warm-up for the band’s Blue Army Tour, which opens in Glendale, Arizona on Saturday.
“The name Blue Army came from the fact that everyone in our audience from the 70’s were wearing blue denim,” says guitarist Joe Perry, “and it looked like a sea of blue, thus The Blue Army."
Three days after the tour wraps up in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Aerosmith will perform on Friday, August 7 at Tom Benson Hall Of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s first-ever Concert For Legends.
The concert - part of the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival - will pay tribute to the legends of the game on the eve of the Enshrinement for the Class of 2015.
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