Aerosmith Ethnicity, Race, Career and Nationality

Aerosmith is an American rock music group, formed in Boston, Massachusetts. Three of its members, Steven Tallarico (Tyler), Joe Perry and Tom Hamilton met in Sunapee, New Hampshire in the late 1960s, but did not immediately form a band.

Tyler from Yonkers, New York, then Perry from Hopedale, Massachusetts, and Hamilton from New London, New Hampshire, only in 1970, the three decided to form a band and moved to Boston, Massachusetts.

Joe Perry and Tom Hamilton moved to Boston in September 1970. There they met Joey Kramer, who happened to be from Yonkers, New York, and also met Steven Tallarico.

After they heard Perry and Hamilton play and Kramer agreed to join, Steven Tyler then came to Boston in October 1970 and their Aerosmith form. At first, Ray Tabano played a rhythm guitar but he was replaced in 1971 by Brad Whitford from Reading, Massachusetts. This is Aerosmith’s last formation.

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