By: Gary Graff
Aerosmith gets back on the road this weekend, playing a show as part of the PGA Greenbriar Classic golf tournament in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.
The Boston group is still supporting its 2012 album "Music From Another Dimension," but frontman Steven Tyler tells us that Aerosmith doesn't really need a reason to go on the road these days:
"I'm f***ing really proud to know that the band still has its passion to even go play somewhere, to do another album, y'know, to have the wives speaking to each other -- whatever it takes...
"There's something much more than Phish are back on tour. No, man, there's something so much more than that here...We just love to rock people's worlds. I mean, f***in' really, that's it."
Aerosmith heads to Japan in August and plays the Harley Davidson Anniversary festival on August 30 in Milwaukee before heading to South America in late September and October.
Tyler will undergo knee replacement surgery later in the year but still plans to work on a solo album as well as to get a new Aerosmith project underway.
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