The Blue Army Tour had Aerosmith and about 18,000 fans partying at Cheyenne Frontier Days and oh what a party it was! The adrenaline rush just swept you away...
Opening with "Saddle" and immediately following with "Elevator" proved that Aerosmith is still at the top of their game and still having one helluva good time. They totally rocked the stage! Watching and listening to the band perform "Cryin'" is pure narcotic pleasure and definitely a crowd favorite.
The gorgeous single "Miss A Thing" had the crowd swaying back and forth while "Dude" had everyone on their feet!
Tyler amply demonstrated song after song that his biggest asset; his vocals, are still full-bodied giving every song that classic signature style, that unique 'Aerosmith Sound' that we all know and love. He was commanding and confident throughout the entire set and while Steven Tyler was showing off his Rock n' Roll style, Joe Perry showed off his mad skills. His guitar riffs took us to another place. His fingers still have the speed to glide over the guitar with such skill that make other guitarist envious. He showed us once again that he is a brilliant guitarist, but that's old news to any fan.
Aersomith delivered on all their hits, including the Beatles Classic "Come Together" and we were thoroughly entertained when Joey Kramer performed an amazing drum solo .
The set list for the night: Saddle, Elevator, Cryin', Jaded, Edge, Toys, Drum Solo, Rag Doll, Stop Messin', Miss A Thing, Come Together, No More, No More, Dude, Walk This Way, with Drean On and Sweet Emotion as the encore songs.
The Blue Army Tour proves that Aerosmith puts on an outstanding live performance. It's a Must Seeshow. From the first chords to the end of the encore, the audience is on their feet. Truth is Aerosmith is incapable of playing a bad show.