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Aerosmith in Bucharest on June 18

US rockers Aerosmith will perform in Bucharest on June 18, as part of a European tour called ‘Cocked, Locked, Ready To Rock’, the band’s official website announced. The legendary rock band will also hold concerts in Sweden, Great Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, France and the Czech Republic. Aerosmith will tour in their famous line-up, with Steven Tyler as frontman, Joe Perry (guitar, backing vocals), Brad Withford (guitar), Tom Hamilton (bass) and Joey Kramer (percussion). Tyler’s future with the band was in doubt after parts of the media reported last year he was planning to withdraw. Tyler, who had a stint in rehab and was due to be replaced, appeared in a video with his bandmates and joked: “I just auditioned and I got the gig!” We’re coming and everything is set at eleven,” added guitarist Joe Perry, quoted by BBC News. The band faced problems after Tyler fell off the stage at a gig in August. Following the accident, the band’s North America tour was shelved, and Perry complained that Tyler had sidelined Aerosmith. In December Tyler was admitted to a clinic to deal with painkiller addiction and later said that he had no intention of quitting the rock band.

The band, who originally formed in the early 1970s, are best known for their hits including ‘Walk This Way,’ ‘I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing,’ ‘Cryin’ and ‘Love In An Elevator.’ Aerosmith have released over 14 albums over the years and are the US hard rock band with the highest sales in history – over 150 million albums all over the world. The Bucharest concert will be held at Romexpo and tickets have already been put for sale, at prices between RON 140 and 590, organizers Events said. Tickets can be purchased through the Eventim network, in Germanos and Vodafone stores, Carturesti and Humanitas bookstores and online, on www.eventim.ro.

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