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Aerosmith Play Through Hits In Hyde Park

Aerosmith Play Through Hits In Hyde Park

Aerosmith played through their back catalogue of rock hits to close this weekends' Hyde Park Calling event on Sunday (June 24).

Steven Tyler and co's first full live show in nine years was raptuosly received by the full capacity crowd, despite the rainy weather conditions.

They were also joined onstage by special guest DMC from Run DMC to play the set closer of their collaborative 1986 hit single 'Walk This Way.'

Sunday's show was the culmination of the two day festival which also saw performances from Peter Gabriel, Crowded House, The Feeling and former Soundgarden member Chris Cornell.

Kicking off their show with 'Love In An Elevator', the crowd responded with lots of air guitar action and singing. The rock ballads 'Crying' and 'I don't Wanna Miss A Thing' proving especially popular.

Aerosmith played:

'Elevator'
'Same Old Song'
'Cryin'
'Eat The Rich'
'Miss A Thing'
'Jaded'
'Baby Please'
'Seasons'
'Dream On'
'Edge'
'Stop Messin''
'Sweet E'
'Draw The Line'
'Walk This Way'

Pic credit: Phil Wallis


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