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Aerosmith Launches Global Warming Tour Bringing Down the House In Minneapolis

By DiMarkco Chandler

Tyler and Perry, not the actor/comedian “Tyler Perry” but the original members of Aerosmith, were finally on stage again. Considered the greatest rock band of all time, Aerosmith kicked off their long-awaited Global Warming Tour in a sold-out Target Center in Minneapolis, and it was a performance to remember. 14,000 fans were packed in to see and hear their favorite Aerosmith songs, and Steven Tyler didn’t let them down as he unleashed his trademark banshee howl, performing “Cryin,” “Last Child,” “Walking the Dog” and “Mam Kin” as well as a pair of new originals.

The band closed out the show with a string of their 70s hits that included “Walk This Way” and “Dream On.”

Tyler and Perry appeared, at least on stage, to be over their recent disagreements.

Rollingstone.com reports that if Aerosmith continues to put on momentous shows like Saturday’s, triumphal concert fans everywhere would have the better part of the deal.

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