Aerosmith Member Confirms Death Of Iconic Drummer


Acclaimed Aerosmith drummer Tom Hamilton recently took to social media via Twitter to comment on the death of legendary Rush drummer Neil Peart who died this past week after a battle with brain cancer. Hamilton wrote: “Really sorry to hear about Neil Peart’s passing. He was an amazing drummer and made a huge contribution to Rock music. All my best to Alex and Geddy.” Steven Tyler ‘stealing’ from Aerosmith bandmate revealed. 

In other news regarding Hamilton and Aerosmith, fans recently took to social media to discuss one of Aerosmith’s most beloved albums – Toys In The Attic. One fan said: “Walk this Way and Sweet Emotion being radio hits in 75/76 set the stage for the album Toys in the Attic to be a big hit. While the first two albums had faired respectably Toys in the Attic put the boys from Boston on the map. Aerosmith had already made two great albums, this one was the one that had multiple hits, so everybody had to buy the album, and then they were treated to a hard rock classic. From beginning to end Toys in the Attic holds up great, and is one of the greatest albums of its time.” Steven Tyler makes a young woman cry in a photo.

The fan concluded: “Twenty-nine years after it’s release about half the songs on the album are still making it into their concert setlists. These boys know how to rock, Aerosmith is one of the greatest rock n roll bands of all-time and has retained a huge audience more than 30 years into the game. For fans new to Aerosmith buy this album first, even if you buy all of their hits compilations you still must buy Toys in the Attic, as well as Get Your Wings, and Rocks.” Aerosmith reveal why Steven Tyler ‘replaced’ bandmate.