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Steven Tyler is set to take North America by storm in less than a month when the Aerosmith frontman kicks off his solo "Steven Tyler...Out On A Limb Tour" on July 2 in Las Vegas, Nevada. During the 19-city trek, the legend will be backed by his Nashville-based band, Loving Mary.

In promotion for the tour, the famed Rock and Roll Hall of Famer spoke with press about the venture, which will take him to major markets like Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago, Toronto, and more.

When iHeartRadio asked Steven what he was mostly looking forward to on his upcoming tour, Tyler said, "It's a cross between the looks on people's faces when we rip into, either, this new version of 'Jaded''s a little bit darker than the other version, but it's countrified a little; and the looks on people's faces when I rip into 'Only Heaven' and 'We're All Somebody From Somewhere.'"

He continued: "Three of us sing, so the background is delicious. I got three girls in the band, so we're beautiful to look at."

Putting all jokes to the side, Steven said, "I'm just in a high place right now. Nashville has been so good to me in this last year and a half, and I managed to put together 15, 16 songs that just came out much better than I ever expected. So, I'm looking forward to playing all of those songs live."

"Steve Tyler...Out On A Limb Tour" isn't like any other rock star tour. The trek will imitate the setting of May's sold-out Lincoln Center concert, providing concertgoers with an intimate experience with the music titan. If you want to get your hands on tickets to the show, head over to Ticketmaster


2 — Las Vegas, Venetian Theatre

5 — Los Angeles, Dolby Theatre

8 — Seattle, Marion Oliver McCaw Hall

10 — Vancouver, Orpheum Theatre

14 — San Francisco, The Masonic

20 — Phoenix, Comerica Theatre

23 — Denver, Ellie Caulkins Opera House

26 — Austin, Bass Concert Hall

29 — Houston, Brown Theater at Wortham Center


1 — Dallas, Music Hall at Fair Park

13 — Chicago, Chicago Theatre

17 — Nashville, Andrew Jackson Hall at TPAC

23 — Washington, D.C., Warner Theatre

29 — Clearwater, Fla., Ruth Eckerd Hall


1 — Atlanta, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center

4 — Boston, Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre

7 — Philadelphia, Academy of Music

10 — Providence, R.I., Providence Performing Arts Center

13 — Toronto, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

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