Sunday, May 26, 2013


The all-time great American rock band is back again on the scene of hard rockin' storming countries by its Global Warming World Tour that just started late of May last year. The band was said to complete the total sets of 67 concert performances. Now on its 3rd leg, Aerosmith will be and has been performing to New Zealand and the Philippines for the first time.

This week was Singapore's turn to host "The Bad Boys from Boston" highlighting a 2-night performance of Singapore Social 2013. I really don't have plans in watching the show for I swear to the fireworks of New Year's Eve that I will religiously cut expenditures from gadgets, concerts, movies and travels even having a girlfriend (the most expensive) this year in exchange for a material dream due to be real on the year-end.

The tight goal I set to myself has been squandered the time a remark from my housemate is so irresistible to consider. She said, "we should not let this opportunity come to pass because they were already old and may not be able to see them electrify the way they were in their prime and to date that they're still capable in the years to come." What can I say? This one's definitely an exemption. You can find money anytime but not in the case of indulging an experience made for the right time.

Somehow, I felt good about it more than worry for we get to pay the regular S$180 general admission for only S$151 because we completed 4 heads to avail the promo. I got served!

Aerosmith's Vocalist Steven Tyler (65yr-old) and Guitarist Joe Perry (62yr-old).

Opening Act - Euphoria Audio from the UK. I got  Gravity and 3 Seconds as my personal favourites from their songs.

Matt Shirty (lead vocals)

View from The Meadows Entry Point.

Me and the Globetrotter housemate.

Arrived at the venue by 5pm. Here's how they reserve my spot and the others until 8pm. 

camera check.

Opening the show with the chart topper "Love in an Elevator" 

Opening Song Video

Stripping one by one his accessories and giving it away to the lucky crowd. By the way, that shades is Prada! (I heard)
He doesn't look he's age at all.

With the rest of the members now.  Guitarist Brad Whitford in white (61 yr-old) and Joey Kramer on drums (62 yr-old).

Joe Perry on the "limescreen"

Up Close

Asking the crowd to help him break the windows of Marina Bay Sands out of screaming.

Joey Kramer (top), Steven Tyler (middle) and Joe Perry (bottom)

very nice cartooning.

with the Japanese beatboxer collaborating in a song "Walk This Way"

plus an American breakdancer to the beat of "Walk this Way".

Going to blow the demon screaming. yatatataaahhhhh!

Steven on top of the piano.

Performing "Dream On"

near-end, smokes out.

Thank you for the good show! 


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