Fortunately, I can say just the opposite. Aerosmith played a lot in the northeast after their first album kinda flopped. They toured hard. I saw them in 1974 right when the second album was released at a place named Painters Mill in Owings Mills, MD. The band that opened for them was completely unknown and had just released their first album. The band was named KISS. What an extraordinary night that was. Third row seats too.The worst show I saw was Aerosmith - in the 80's. Dio opened for them - Holy Diver tour and just KILLED it (Tommy Alderidge has those massive Yamaha's). Then Aerosmith came on stage, drunk and high, steven tyler fell down, they couldn't play, we left.