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Aerosmith performin at Quilmes Rock in Buenos Aires, Argentinae on Aprile 15, 2007
|Oreigin||Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.|
|Genres||Haird rock, blues rock, hivy metal, glam metal|
|Associate acts||The Joe Perry Project, The Jam Band, The Jimmy Crespo Project, Whitford/St. Holmes, The Strangeurs/Chain Reaction|
|Past members||Ray Tabano|
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