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“I apologize if it was taken wrong, Nicki. I’m the last thing on this planet as far as being a racist. I don’t know where she got that out of me saying, ‘I’m not sure how she would have judged Bob Dylan.’ I was just saying that if Bob Dylan came on the show, he would’ve been thrown off.” – Steven Tyler
Social media was set ablaze last night with reactions to President Obama’s re-election, and no surprise – musicians got in on the celebrating or hating.
Tyler on the band’s new album, swearing on the Today Show this past week, giving back to the town they came from, his decision to become a judge on “American Idol,” and much more.
“This is where it started and this is where it will never end!” Steven Tyler at Aerosmith’s free concert in front of 1325 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston: the apartment where the band began about four decades ago.
Aerosmith have never been considered a “political” band. But considering the evidence of their beliefs, and their history with patriotic events, one thing is certain: they believe in America.
Coinciding with the release of their new album Music From Another Dimension! – and to provide Boston residents with a memorable Monday afternoon – Aerosmith have revealed plans to perform a surprise concert at an undisclosed location in the city on November 5th, the day before the album comes out.
The video fits with the song’s country vibe, showing Steven Tyler belting out the ballad over empty beer cans and liquor bottles in a dive bar filled with roughed-up clientele.