I grew up worshipping Rock and Roll like a religion. I know its shortcomings and strengths but have loved it unconditionally all the same since I was eight-years old. I ran away and joined the circus and honestly, I'm still as obsessed as I was as a boy. I'm not a kid anymore but I still remember how it felt and it doesn't really feel all that different to me now.
What you got back home, little sister, to play your fuzzy warbles on? I bet you got little save pitiful, portable picnic players. Come with uncle and hear all proper! Hear angel trumpets and devil trombones. You are invited.
10-29 - Arcade Fire 11/17 - Trevor Noah 11/18 - St. Vincent 12/2 - Rufus Wainwright 12/7 - Lindsey Stirling 2/11 - Black Rebel Motor Cycle Club 4/3 - Weird Al 4/4 - Weird Al Roo '06,'07,'09,'10,'11,'12,'13,'14,'15
Aerosmith has fallen farther than any band on the planet. I'd rather have Rebecca Black fronting Mili Vanilli on the What.
Aerosmith are still a great live band when they lean on their classic material (anything up to and including Pump). They would not be a personal pick/hope for the festival but worse things could happen
Post by Funky Munky on Oct 21, 2011 14:04:48 GMT -5
Aerosmith is just horrible. While I don't think that Van Halen will ever play Bonnaroo, I would actually go see that show if Dave was a part of it. If Aerosmith was on the farm and there was any chance I could hear it I would go shopping with my wife and hold her purse until they were done playing.
To change the topic, I know the jam headliner is very much a tradition of Bonnaroo. Is there any thought on who might fill that role this year? Furthur perhaps? Or could you see Bonnaroo going away from it this year?