American rock band Aerosmith arrived in Manila on Sunday, May 5 to bring its "Global Warming World Tour" to the Mall of Asia Arena on Wednesday, May 8.
It is the band’s first visit to Manila.
Despite the media frenzy that greeted the band's arrival, its lead vocalist Steven Tyler seemed to be in high spirits when he met media men.
"I can't wait for it. I can't wait to meet you guys. They're gonna go crazy," Steven said in an interview on TV Patrol on Sunday, May 5.
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Aerosmith is responsible for the hit songs "I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing," "Cryin," "Walk This Way" and "Crazy."
Aside from Tyler, the band is made up of guitarists Joe Perry and Brad Whitford, bassist Tom Hamilton and drummer Joey Kramer.
Tom was reportedly forced to leave the Australian tour due to sickness.
According to the report, the Philippines is the band's only Asian stop. The group cancelled its Jakarta concert for safety reasons.
Aerosmith had an Australian tour before coming to Manila.
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