Earlier today, Aeroforce One touched down in Boston, Massachusetts, as Aerosmith performed a live set outside of 1325 Commonwealth Ave., where the band lived in their early years. In case you missed it, the band have uploaded a stream of the entire show, and you can watch it below. Tomorrow, Aerosmith will release Music from [...]
After nearly four decades of drumming for one of hard rock’s most iconic and notoriously debauched bands, Aerosmith’s Joey Kramer has lived through the stuff of fiction. His recent book, Hit Hard: A Story of Hitting Rock Bottom at the Top (HarperOne), though, is all too real. (Incidentally, Kramer has also launched a rhythm-game iPhone app of the same name.) In the book, he details the personal demons that have troubled him, as well as the rock-and-roll excesses that famously led to the band’s temporary demise in the ’80s. Kramer recently spoke to Revolver about the issues contained in his memoir and about Aerosmith’s enduring status in the music landscape.