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Aerosmith Are Ready To Say “Aero-Vederici Baby” To Europe. Are We Ready To Say It Back?

With their new tour announced, Aerosmith are ready to say “Aero-Vederici Baby” to Europe but are we ready to say goodbye to them?

Source: Official Facebook

Source: Official Facebook

Aerosmith are legends in rock music: that’s just a fact. The band are the best-selling American hard rock band of all time, and with killer tracks like ‘Walk This Way’, ‘I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing’ and ‘Cryin’ it isn’t hard to see why.

Aerosmith are one of those bands you immediately think of when you hear the words “rock n’ roll”; they epitomise everything that’s great about it. And sadly, the band, who have been going strong for 46 years, have announced that they will disband in the near future—though the details are still a little hazy. Aerosmith have also just announced their final run of European shows on their Aero-Vederici Baby! tour.

This news has us all pretty broken up. But do we genuinely believe that the band is over? Usually, in cases like this, we’d say no and patiently await reunion news, but Aerosmith have been doing this for almost 50 years! They’ve paid their dues and earned a permanent vacation (*laughs secretly*).

But we’re not ready for this to be the end of the Bad Boys from Boston. The quintet helped pioneer and define hard rock music. There is an implied, unspoken rule that states that classic rock bands, who literally transcend time and space, should never “break up”. After a certain amount of years—when they are like 80 or something—the bands can switch to virtual concerts. But we don’t think they should ever just stop making music and being present in the music industry. They are far too important! And we really don’t want to see our favourite bands on one of those weird, poorly edited “where are they now?” shows.

But we’re not completely selfish; we understand that after 15 studio albums, and countless tours since 1970, the band have given us their all and are ready to say farewell—we understand it, but we don’t have to like it.

(We felt that this song was the perfect level of emo for the occasion.)

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