Aerosmith is a famous rock band from America, also known as The Bad Boys from Boston or America’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band. Hard rock, black metal, and blues rock are their genres, and they have included some elements of heavy metal, blues, and pop. The group was brought together in the 1970s, in Boston.
Aerosmith – Band Formation
Aerosmith was first brought together in 1970. The singer, Steven Tyler met Joe Perry, the guitarist who wanted to form a powerful trio with Tyler and Tom Hamilton, the bassist. They soon extended to a group of four, with Ray Tabano, the additional guitarist. Brad Whitford supplanted him shortly after his arrival. When the drummer Joey Kramer came into the group, Steven Tyler turned into the lead artist, and at the end of 1970, Aerosmith moved to Boston.
Steven Tyler – The Lead Singer
Steven Tyler was born on March 26, 1948, in Manhattan, New York. He is an American musician and songwriter, most widely known as the singer of Aerosmith. He plays many instruments including percussion instruments, harmonica, bass guitar, and sometimes piano. Tyler is famous as the lead singer in the band and his dynamic acts and acrobatics on stage dressed in dramatic outfits. Scarves on the microphone stand are his trademark.
Inspiration For Other Bands
Aerosmith is a band inspired by Led Zeppelin, the Beatles, and the Rolling Stones. They turned out to be an inspiration themselves and have a great impact on the work of other famous musicians, and bands such as Guns N’ Roses, L.A. Weapons, Skid Row, Warrant, the Black Crowes, Metallica, Testament and many more.