Starred in the concert film "Aerosmith Rocks Donington."
Released their fifteenth studio album, Music from Another Dimension.
Mounted their first world tour in a decade.
Released the blues album Honkin' on Bobo.
Released their 13th studio album, Just Push Play.
Performed at the halftime show for Super Bowl XXXV.
Released the hugely popular single "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" from the soundtrack to the movie "Armageddon."
Released the album Get a Grip, their first record to debut at Number One.
Signed a $30 million contract with Columbia Records/Sony Music.
Released the massively successful album Pump, which sold 7 million records and won a Grammy Award.
Joe Perry rejoined the group as they embarked on their "Back in the Saddle" tour.
Joe Perry left the band to form his own group, Joe Perry Project.
Released the massively successful album Toys in the Attic.
Released the album Get Your Wings, which would eventually go Platinum.
Released their debut self-titled album.
Signed with Columbia Records.
Played their first show at Nipmuc Regional High School in Mendon, Massachusetts.
Formed when Steven Tyler's band Chain Reaction joined with Joe Perry and Tom Hamilton's band Joe Perry's Jam Band after playing a show together in 1970.
Lived together in a house at 1325 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston's gritty Allston neighborhood early on.
Considered the names "the Hookers" and "Spike Jones" before settling on Steven Tyler's suggestion, Aerosmith.
Paid from their own pockets to secure a slot playing at Max's Kansas City in order to be seen by Columbia Records President Clive Davis in 1970.
All five members of the band completed drug rehabilitation programs during the mid-'80s.
Tyler's daughter Liv Tyler appeared in the music video for the band's single "Crazy" in 1993.