AEROSMITH Joined By TOM HAMILTON In Connecticut: Photos Available

Bassist Tom Hamilton joined AEROSMITH on stage during their appearance last night (Wednesday night, November 29) at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut. Uncasville isn't far from the band's home base in Boston, and that's where Hamilton has been recovering from throat cancer and the treatments for the disease, including radiation therapy. Hamilton reportedly came on stage during the third song of the group's set ("Back in the Saddle") to shoot his part for the band's NASCAR footage before returning later on to perform "Livin' on the Edge", "Sweet Emotion", "Draw the Line" and "Walk this Way". A 150-picture gallery from last night's concert has been posted online at

AEROSMITH's setlist - Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT on Nov. 29, 2006:

01. Toys In The Attic
02. Walkin' The Dog
03. Back In The Saddle (w/ Tom)
04. Eat The Rich
05. Cryin'
06. What It Takes
07. Baby Please Don't Go
08. Stop Messin' Around
09. Seasons Of Wither
10. Dream On
11. Devil's Got A New Disguise
12. Livin' On The Edge (w/ Tom)
13. Sweet Emotion (w/ Tom)
14. Draw The Line (w/ Tom)
15. Walk This Way (w/ Tom)

(Thanks: Justin Hunt /


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