Aerosmith gave out a sizzling hot performance last night at the Mall of Asia Arena during the Manila leg of their "Global Warming Tour".
It was a historic night for Pinoy rock fans as they witnessed the Boston-based band play live for the first time ever.
It was also the iconic band's only stop in Asia for their current tour as they had to cancel their Jakarta show
for safety reasons.
With his trademark scarves-draped mic stand, frontman Steven Tyler led the band and wowed the crowd with hits spanning three decades.
They even dished out covers from James Brown, Fleetwood Mac and The Beatles!
Tyler, Joe Perry, drummer Joey Kramer and rhythm guitarist Brad Whitford were in tip-top rock and roll form. Long-time substitute bass player David Hull filled in for Tom Hamilton.
Highlights of the night were Kramer's drum solo; Perry driving his guitar through an amp sending it into pyro-technic flame and smoke; and Tyler walking off the stage at the very end of the show to the tune of Bo Diddley's blues hit "I'm A Man".
Check out the set list below:
Love in an Elevator
Draw the Line
Janie's Got a Gun
Livin' on the Edge
Stop Messin' Around (Fleetwood Mac cover)
I Don't Want to Miss a Thing
No More No More
What It Takes
Come Together (The Beatles cover)
Dude (Looks Like a Lady)
Mother Popcorn (James Brown cover)
Walk This Way
Rivermaya warmed up the stage for "America's Greatest Rock and Roll Band" and sang their hits "Awit ng Kabataan", "214", "Elesi" as well as current single "Pilipinas, Kailan Ka Magigising". It was surely an awesome experience for the "Banda ng Bayan" members, especially for guitarist Mike Elgar who was celebrating his birthday yesterday.
Aerosmith is currently promoting their album "Music From Another Dimension", which contains the band's first new material in 11 years.
Check out photos from the concert here
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