10 Things You Need to Know About Aerosmith!

In this post, we’ll look at some of the most shocking facts regarding Aerosmith’s life. These ten simple facts will assist us to learn about the artist’s lifestyle.

10 Interesting Facts About Aerosmith

Aerosmith is a prominent American rock band that has acquired the nicknames “the bad boys from Boston” and “America’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band.” Joe Perry (guitarist), Tom Hamilton (bassist), Steven Tyler (vocalist/pianist/harmonicist), Joey Kramer (drummer), and Ray Tabano formed the band in 1970 in Boston, Massachusetts (guitarist). Here is a collection of some of the most fascinating Aerosmith facts.

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  1. Aerosmith’s previous names

Prior to adopting the moniker Aerosmith, the band considered naming themselves Jack Daniels or Spike Jones.

  1. The fan base of Aerosmith has its own moniker

The Aerosmith fan base is known as “The Blue Army.” This name was created by the band for their followers. ‘Blue’ signifies the color of denim jeans and denim jackets worn by the majority of enthusiasts. Because of the fan’s loyalty, rough temperament, and youth, the term “Army” was coined.

  1. Such a strange coincidence!

Both Aerosmith’s debut album “Aerosmith” and Bruce Springsteen’s debut album “Greetings from Ashbury Park, New Jersey” were released on the same day, January 5, 1973.

  1. A number of Tyler’s names

Steven Tyler’s given name is Steven Tallarico. When he was in Chain Reaction, he was known as Steven Tally. After forming Aerosmith, he desired a name change to Tyler Britt. However, his manager persuaded him to alter his name to Steven Tyler.

  1. Steven Tyler and Joe Perry first met over French Fries

Steven was enjoying his meal at a restaurant named Anchorage. There, he wished to congratulate the chef on the finest French fries he had ever consumed.


The chef turned out to be Perry, who was not pleased to meet Steven because he always made a mess of his food, which Joe had to clear up later.

  1. Steven’s seized bass

After being expelled from high school, Steven Tyler seized the bass from the school band and took it with him! He had employed the same bass at the conclusion of “Living on the Edge.”

  1. Renaming the term “Pump”

“Pump” is one of the most popular albums by Aerosmith. However, the band members at the time were unhappy with this moniker. They desired to rename it “Piranha Fishing.” Fortunately, they did not.

  1. The entire composition “Sweet Emotion” is about Steve’s feelings

Each line of Steve’s song “Lovely Emotion” represents the emotion he was experiencing at the time.


Joe’s intense rage towards his ex-wife Elyssa Jerret is one of the song’s most prominent emotions.

  1. Why did Perry leave the band?

Before their Cleveland performance, Elyssa Jerret, the wife of guitarist Joe Perry, flung milk on Terry Hamilton, the wife of bassist Tom Hamilton. In 1979, Joe Perry left the band as a result.

  1. When Jennifer Aniston said that Tyler is attractive!

During her marriage to Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston stated that Tyler was the only man for whom she would abandon Pitt.

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