Aerosmith‘s next tour might be the beginning of the end.
The band has announced a run of European dates for the spring and summer of 2017 — a series of shows they’ve dubbed “Aero-Vederci Baby!” and are billing as their “farewell” tour. The news comes several months after singer Steven Tyler publicly suggested that it was “time” for the group to start thinking about getting off the road — although Tyler’s longtime foil and creative sparring partner, guitarist Joe Perry, seemed to disagree.
“It’s one of many things we’ve talked about as a band, but I don’t know if it’s the end,” Perry shrugged in response. “There are still a lot of places we haven’t played yet that we want to play. More to follow – let’s just put it that way.”
It’s worth noting that in the press release announcing the “Aero-Vederci Baby!” dates, the word “farewell” is always surrounded in quotes, and neither Perry nor Tyler seemed to be in a hurry to say goodbye in their quotes for the tour.
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