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    Aerosmith Asked to play Jesse Ventura's inaugural

    Aerosmith was greeted with a unexpected phone call when they appeared this week on the syndicated radio program Rockline to promote their latest album. 

    The caller was the ex pro wrestler now Minnesota's Governor elect Jesse "the mind" Ventura.  Jesse revealed his admiration for the group and love of their music. 

    "Aerosmith is always great, they're probably the premiere American rock n' roll band in history", said the first Reform party candidate to win major office.

    To further prove that electing a pro wrestler was anything but politics as usual he asked Aerosmith  the following , ``If  you're free in January, we'd love to have you rock n' roll at an inaugural thing.'' 

    Without hesitation Steven Tyler answered: ``It would be our pleasure Jesse, thank you.''  And Joe Perry followed up with ``We appreciate the invitation, and we'd also like to congratulate you officially from Aerosmith for winning. We think it's great what you did.'' 

    Update: Dec 2, 1998. Rock n World Contributor Debbie Seagle found an article on this subject on the Aerosmith web site, it turns out the band will not be playing the inaugural due to scheduling issues.

    Rock n Roll and Politics.....  what will be next? 

    Visit the Rock n World Artist Feature for Aerosmith 


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