Having been given the unofficial title of ‘America's Greatest Rock 'n roll Band’ relatively early into their 40+ years of existence, Aerosmith has always had a place near the top of the international rock music totem pole. Formed in Boston early in the mid-1970s, the band found it difficult to sell tickets for Aerosmith concerts at first, but with the release of the album Rocks in 1976, the band began to find its groove and develop a following.
Steven Tyler and Joe Perry quickly became some of the most recognizable names in all of rock music, and the fact that Tyler presented himself in a way that would make a fashion designer jealous certainly helped their levels of exposure. Aerosmith concert tickets became very popular throughout the nation, and they were able to rise to the top of an incredibly competitive rock 'n roll scene throughout the 1980s.
Naturally, drugs and women got in the way of the band’s path to success time and again, and checking into rehabilitation programs became a regular thing for many of the members. By the time the 1990s rolled around, Aerosmith tickets were as popular as ever for a band that had matured quite a bit. The hit single Janie's Got a Gun helped cement the album Pump as legendary, and the band's ability to blend a smooth and almost undercover modern rock with the classic tenants of the genre was unparalleled.
The rest of the decade was a glorious time for Aerosmith, as they released a slew of hit songs and produced a couple of music videos that still hold their place as some of the most iconic and popular of the era. Aerosmith tickets to concert tours that took them all over the globe continued to sell out quickly, and the legends of rock 'n roll actually embarked on a tour every single year since the turn-of-the-century, with the exception of 2008.
Cheap Aerosmith tickets are readily available for seats to concert dates that will unfold throughout the remainder of 2014 to fans ready to make a purchase and secure their place at a show that will feature the band's greatest tracks from the last four decades.