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Rock News: Aerosmith speaks out about  Woodstock
Joe Perry took time out from his much needed vacation to speak out about the mayhem at the Woodstock festival. The band returned home last week after a series of dates in Europe which concluded their 2 1/2 year tour. 

Perry was outraged at the kids who went wild at the end of the Woodstock Festival this year. After visiting several music festivals in Europe where such incidents are unheard of, the guitarist was quoted in the Kansas City Star as saying  "Some of those kids have everything and they still want more, They came to party and hang out, but they still had to burn things. We've just been abroad, and you see how much tougher some of the kids have it over there, even in the civilized countries. And then you see kids over here, torching the place where they're partying. It made me disgusted. These kids have it too easy." 

Aerosmith was originally scheduled to play the festival in Rome NY this year but after discovering at the last minute that they would not receive a sound check or be able to use their own lighting rigs they bowed out. 

Perry cast an eye to Europe where mass music festivals are common place and hopes the US fans can aspire to mimic the civil tone of those festivals in the future, instead of the chaos of Woodstock. "...Let's just have a festival and get some music together." 
 
 

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