“Oh Yeah” is one of the songs from Aerosmith’s upcoming album, Music From Another Dimension that the band played in concert during their summer tour. In the video below, Joe Perry discuses bringing the song to the band. What was supposed to end up as a funk-driven pop song actually ended up sounding like a vintage Aerosmith, riff-heavy track that you’d find on Rocks or Toys In The Attic.
Aerosmith were trying out some new songs over the summer, including “Oh Yeah” and “Legendary Child.” Both songs are on their next album, Music From Another Dimension, which comes out November 6, two days before the tour kicks off. (“Legendary Child” is currently available on iTunes, as are new tunes “What Could Have Been Love” and “Love Her A Lot”).
Let’s take a look at this week’s albums, reissues and other musical goodies from classic artists making musical waves yet again.
Aerosmith Collab With Johnny Depp, Carrie Underwood On New Album – Plus 5 More Unlikely Duets We’d Like To See
The collaborations on Aerosmith’s upcoming album got us thinking about who else would make for totally strange yet totally awesome duet partners with Steven Tyler.
Music fans are patiently waiting until November 6th to hear Music from Another Dimension, Aerosmith’s first album in eight years, but you can watch the band’s new music video for the lead single “Legendary Child” today.
Just five shows into Aerosmith’s Global Warming tour, the Boston-bred rockers must reschedule a tour stop.
Attribute it to the power of friendship, or maybe just the power of money, but even rock’s most bitter breakups have often resulted in reunions. Let’s take a look at the five most surprising reconciliations in the classic rock world.
Aerosmith returned to the stage this past weekend in Minneapolis to kick off their “Global Warming” tour.
Steven Tyler has one of rock’s most recognizable voices – a raspy delivery that will soon voice an animated character in Epic, a 3D animated feature from the filmmakers behind Ice Age and Rio.
Aerosmith Performs New Track, Fogerty Sings, Elton John & Bee Gees Covered On American Idol Season Finale
Last night, John Fogerty played two Creedence Clearwater Revival classics, Aerosmith debuted their new single, and America crowned a new American Idol.