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Aerosmith Dig Deep Into Catalogue For Vegas Residency

by Paul Cashmere on April 16, 2019

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Aerosmith are giving fans a deeper dose of their catalogue during their residency at the MGM in Las Vegas.

Fans at the Vegas shows are getting deep album cuts from ‘Aerosmith’ (1973), ‘Draw The Line’ (1974) and ‘Get Your Wings’ (1974).

‘King and Queens’ from 1974 was performed less than a handful of times in the 70s. The song has popped up a number of times in the past decade but appears to have become a regular part of the set for the first time for this tour.

‘Hangman Jury’ from 1987 has been played from time to time over the years but again is finding a permanent place in the current set.

‘Seasons of Wither’ had a run in Europe during 2017 but has been reintroduced to the American set for the first time since 2007 although it was played once in 2007.

Aerosmith will perform their Vegas residency until July 9, 2019 at the Park Theater at Park MGM, Las Vegas.

Aerosmith setlist, Vegas, 2019

Train Kept A-Rollin’ (from Get Your Wings, 1974)
Mama Kin (from Aerosmith, 1973)
Back in the Saddle (from Rocks, 1976)
Kings and Queens (from Draw The Line, 1974)
Sweet Emotion (from Toys In The Attic, 1975)
Hangman Jury (from Permanent Vacation, 1987)
Seasons of Wither (from Get Your Wings, 1974)
Stop Messin’ Around (from Honkin’ with Bobo, 2004)
Cryin’ (from Get A Grip, 1993)
Livin’ on the Edge (from Get A Grip, 1993)
I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing (from Armageddon soundtrack, 1998)
Love in an Elevator (from P.U.M.P., 1989)
Toys in the Attic (from Toys In The Attic, 1975)
Dude (Looks Like a Lady) (from Permanent Vacation, 1987)

Encore:
Dream On (from Aerosmith, 1973)
Walk This Way (from Toys In The Attic, 1975)

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