Never shy about showing some skin, Joe is in full-on chest-out mode on the cover of Aerosmith's second album.
Welcome to another edition of Today in Boston ROCK, where I, Adam 12, spotlight Very Important Days In Rock History. The Ides of March is one.
March 15, 1955: Daniel “Dee” Snider is born in Astoria, Queens, NYC. You know him, of course, as the legendary front man of Twister Sister. But did you know he’s also an accomplished radio personality and voice actor? Dude loves to go off on Twitter, too.
People are asking me why I endorsed the use of "We're Not Gonna Take It" for the Ukrainian people and did not for the anti-maskers. Well, one use is for a righteous battle against oppression; the other is a infantile feet stomping against an inconvenience.
March 15, 1963: Bret Michael Sychak is born in Butler, PA. It’s crazy to think there’s probably just as many people that know Bret Michaels from his stint on reality TV show Rock of Love that know him as Poison‘s front man. Here’s something I didn’t know: Bret got laid out by a prop on stage at the Tony’s back in 2009.
March 15, 1974: Aerosmith releases their sophomore album Get Your Wings. The album wasn’t a huge commercial success, but true Aerosmith fans owned it and loved it. True fans will also ace this quiz.