‘Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014’, a 20-song collection captures the legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Famers delivering a scorching career-spanning show at the famed Donington Park in June 2014. .
Headlining the massive Download Festival as part of the band’s ‘Let Rock Rule’ tour, Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Joey Kramer, Tom Hamilton, and Brad Whitford unleashed supercharged versions of ‘Love In An Elevator,’ ‘Janie’s Got A Gun,’ ‘I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing,’ ‘Dude Looks Like A Lady,’ ‘Walk This Way,’ ‘Dream On,’ ‘Sweet Emotion,’ ‘Toys In The Attic,’ ‘Mama Kin,’ and many more.
In the ‘Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014’ sleeve notes, David Wild – Contributing Editor, Rolling Stone – describes the performance as having ‘the same kind of power and overwhelming passion that has always remained at the very heart of the live Aerosmith experience.So whether you were fortunate enough to be there among the crowds at Donington Park that gloriously atmospheric night in 2014 -or more likely, if you are just lucky enough to catch up after the fact today–there is only one appropriate shared reaction to what you are seeing and hearing here: genuine rock & roll shock and awe.’
“It’s always an absolute hoot that leaves me howling at the moon, performing at Donington we couldn’t have had a better time on stage that night,’ says Steven Tyler. ‘I could feel the vibes of all the greats pulsing through the stage like AC/DC, Rage Against the Machine, Metallica and so many more.’
‘We have played Donington many times but this performance was one of our best,’ recalls Joe Perry. ‘Thanks to our fans who were there who helped us make it a night to remember. We are proud to have it be part of this theatrical series and it will give our fans who weren’t there around the world a chance to relive an ass kicking night of rock and roll.’
“We’re really proud and grateful to have been chosen to headline the Download festival at Donington for 2014,’ Tom Hamilton adds. ‘It was an awesome experience and I think this film captures it. Special thanks to the insane fans who stuck with us through mud and rain.’ ‘I’m grateful to have been able to play this show at Donington,’ says Joey Kramer. ‘I thought the band played great, the audience was great. That night was a very special time.’ ‘Playing in Donington has always been a highlight of the tour for us,’ adds Brad Whitford. ‘The fervour of the crowd there is a sight to behold and this night was no different.’
1) Train Kept A-Rollin’ / 2) Eat The Rich / 3) Love In An Elevator / 4) Cryin’ / 5) Jaded / 6) Livin’ On The Edge / 7) Last Child / 8) Freedom Fighter / 9) Same Old Song And Dance / 10) Janie’s Got A Gun / 11) Toys In The Attic / 12) I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing / 13) No More No More / 14) Come Together / 15) Dude (Looks Like A Lady) / 16) Walk This Way / 17) Home Tonight / 18) Dream On / 19) Sweet Emotion / 20) Mama Kin
Out on 4 September 2015.