The greatest American rock band of all time, Aerosmith, is fast approaching their 50th anniversary. With fifteen studio albums, five live albums, twelve compilation albums, and two extended plays, they’ve given the world outstanding music and sensational live performances spanning almost 50 glorious years. It’s no surprise that they’ve made a global musical impact and amassed millions of fans since they invaded popular culture – their legacy is everywhere! This site is a dedication to these Boston Bad Boys as we walk down their memory lane to bring an exclusive collection of Aerosmith memorabilia from across the globe… Journey through the archive of these fearless ‘Toxic Twins’, and their bandmates, as you discover platinum albums, tour merchandise, and much more, with this online museum celebrating the legend that is, Aerosmith!
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This is the very first crew shirt design given out. The logo is the earliest created in late 1972 according to Raymond Tabano. They later changed the logo in late 1973 to the one you see on “Get Your Wings”. Kelly Kelleher (original 70’s road Manager), told me they made these in different colors and were all 1 of a kind. Never sold to the public he states “When we opened for Mott The Hoople, I gave Phil & Richie – several each. They would wear them on tour.. good advertising..” (Thanks to Kelly & Raymond for the info much appreciated!)
January 18, 2021
The Very First Crew Tour Jacket 1975-76. This One Belonged To Bruce MacNeil. He was a driver and part of Aerosmith’s touring crew. He was also known as ” Boomer” as you see on the jacket. His father Gil also worked for the band. Bob “Kelly” Kelleher had these made for a handful of crew members in Boston. So not many of these survived.
December 31, 2020