AEROSMITH JOINED BY JOHNNY DEPP AT BAND’S BOSTON HOMETOWN SHOW

aerosmith2-400 On the third date (July 16th) of this summer’s Let Rock Rule North American summer tour, Aerosmith fans saw a special collaboration between the band and good friend Johnny Depp. The performance–at the Xfinity Center in the band’s Boston hometown–featured a guest spot from Depp on the band’s Train Kept a-Rollin. Depp last performed the song with the band at their August 2012 sold-out Hollywood Bowl show in Los Angeles.

Let Rock Rule, this summer’s definitive rock experience, features rock’s most lethal army–Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Joey Kramer, Tom Hamilton, and Brad Whitford–and special guest Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. The began Thursday, July 10th at the Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre in Wantagh, NY and will make stops in Los Angeles, CA (The Forum), San Francisco, CA (Sleep Train Pavilion), Chicago (First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre), Denver, CO (Pepsi Center), Dallas, TX (American Airlines Center) and Atlanta, GA (Phillips Arena) before wrapping Friday, September 12th in Sydney, NS, Canada (Open Hearth Park).

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Comments

  1. Cameron says:

    “Street Jesus”!!!!!!

  2. …why?

  3. Jimmy Page or Jeff Beck weren’t available? Give me a break!

  4. Whatever!

  5. Aerosmith: top of their game. Limited tour is like Christ on the cross: get more dates.

  6. That’s Tommy Thayer dressed up to look like Depp. Nice try guys.

  7. Johnny Depp, part -time rock star.

  8. Ugh. Why was he on their album and why is he joining them onstage? Any other celebrities joining Aerosmith on this tour?

  9. Maybe next Ryan Seacrest could belt out Walk this Way, while Paula Abdul provides an interpretative dance.

  10. Depp had a band, I’ve met him a few times, he could form another one and ride it.

  11. Their show in Atlanta in July ’12 was amazing. Like Eddie said here recently, window to see these guys is getting smaller.

  12. The window is wide open for Aerosmith.

  13. John Alonzo says:

    Big Deal. Aerosmith is overrated like KISS, just retire already

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