Aerosmith hosts Rock the Vote Boston Street Party
Boston’s Aerosmith enjoyed a home field advantage of sorts on Monday when they hosted a huge street party in front of their old apartment at 1325 Commonwealth Ave. in Boston. Tens of thousands turned out to rock out at the now historic landmark to celebrate the release today of the Bean Town hero’s album Music From Another Dimension, while the band took the opportunity to encourage everyone to do their civic duty and vote today. Aerosmith’s eight-song set included classic cuts “Train Kept A Rollin” and “Movin’ Out” as well as brand new tunes “Lover A Lot” and “Oh Yeah.”
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