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December 15, 1982

Details:

The Omni
Atlanta, GA
Promoter: Concert Promotions, Inc. / Southern Promotions
Other act(s): Pat Travers, Rose Tattoo
Reported audience: (16,000 capacity)

Set list(s):

Unknown.

Notes:

- Nazareth was added to the bill at one point but did not perform. Local radio station WKLS ran a contest with the winner becoming the band's "Roadie for the Day" and watching the show from the side of the stage.
- From a local review: "If pressed to find something unique about Aerosmith's performance Wednesday night at the Omni, I'd have to admit it was the first rock show I've ever seen where the lead singer reminded me of Morticia Addams on the old 'Addams Family' TV series. Dressed in a black outfit featuring a low-cut top with long streamers hanging off the sleeves and back, and sporting a Carolyn Jones-ish hairdo and earrings, Steven Tyler, Aerosmith's androgynous, screeching vocalist, looked just this side of ludicrous. But in just about every other way, Aerosmith's show was the same as the last time they came through town a couple of years ago: loud and boring. And Tyler's third-rate Mick Jagger clone act hasn't improved any, either. Actually, there was one major difference between Wednesday's concert and the Boston band's last visit to Omni — the size of the, crowd, which had the arena's half-house seating arrangement barely more than half full despite the stacking of the bill with two other groups appealing to the hard audience: Rose Tattoo and Pat Travers. Still, the faithful who showed up — a young crowd prone to raising fists and tossing firecrackers — gave Tyler and company an enthusiastic response as Aerosmith played such older as 'Back in the Saddle Again,' 'Big 10 Inch Record,' 'Mama Kin' and 'Lord of Your Thighs' as well as songs from its new 'Rock in a Hard Place' album. Aerosmith's set often bogged down with extended, cacophonous solos that went nowhere" (Atlanta Constitution, 12/16/82).

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