Aerosmith kicked off their farewell tour with a cover of Fleetwood Mac and the first performance of “Adam’s Apple” in five years

Aerosmith kicked off their farewell US tour with their first performance of “Adam’s Apple” in five years and a cover of the Fleetwood Mac classic.

The rock veterans announced details of their “Peace Out” farewell tour in May, telling fans that the upcoming tour will be their last and that while it’s “not peace,” it’s “peace” for them. relatives days on the road. This happened more than 50 years after its formation.

Now, Steven Tyler and company kicked off their long-awaited final tour with a concert at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Saturday, September 2.

The band opened their 18-song set with the hit “Back In The Saddle”, taken from their fourth album “Rocks”, followed by “Love In An Elevator”. From there, they also performed ‘Cryin’ and ‘Janie’s Got A Gun’, before surprising fans when they performed their 1975 track ‘Adam’s Apple’, the first time the song has been performed live since 2018 .

Another highlight of the Philadelphia concert came in the second half of the set, when the rock heavyweights treated fans to a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Stop Messin’ Around” featuring guitarist Joe Perry on vocals.

From there, Aerosmith delivered back-to-back classics to close the set, finishing with performances of ‘Toys In the Attic’, ‘Dream On’ and ‘Walk This Way’. Check out more images and the tracklist below.

Aerosmith was playing:

1.’Back in the Saddle’

2. ‘Love in a Lift’


4. ‘Jane’s Got a Gun’

5. Adam’s apple

6. ‘Livin’ on the Edge’

7. ‘No more than big

8. “Rag Dolls

9. ‘Hanging Jury

10. ‘Wither Seasons

11. ‘Movin’ Out’

12. “Stop Messin’ Around” (Fleetwood Mac cover)

13. ‘Rats in the basement’

14. ‘I Don’t Like To Lose A Thing’

15. ‘Sweet feeling

16. ‘Toy in the Attic’

17.’Dream On

18.’Walk Like This

The rest of their “Peace Out” tour will reopen on Wednesday (September 6) with a concert at Pittsburgh’s PPG Paints Arena, continuing through January 26, 2024, when the band will say goodbye in Montreal.

The other dates include a concert at Boston’s TD Garden on New Year’s Eve, as well as a concert at New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden. Find all remaining tour dates and tickets here.

In other Aerosmith news, it was reported last month that Chris Daughtry was scouted to sing at Aerosmith, filling in for the iconic frontman.

Daughtry revealed the news during an interview on the Dave Rickards podcast, claiming that Joe Perry once called him to fill in for Steven Tyler at a concert series.

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