By Dexter Keyton, EnStarz | Sep 19, 2012 04:30 PM EDT
Aerosmith is hitting the road again after a brief hiatus.
The rock band has just announced the second part of their successful "Global Warming Tour." Band members Steven Tyler (vocals), Joe Perry, Brad Whitford (guitar), Tom Hamilton (bass) and Joey Kramer (drums) will launch their month long 14-city tour on Nov. 8 in Oklahoma.
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The tour will take them around different cities in America, including Atlantic City, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. The Live Nation-produced tour will include support act Cheap Trick. Presale tickets for their concerts go on sale on Sept. 19.
Meanwhile, Aerosmith's latest album, "Music from Another Dimension," hits stores next month. The album's first two singles, "What Could Have Been Love" and "Lover A Lot," are playing at rock radio stations nationwide now.
The boys from Aerosmith aren't the only artists planning to tour soon. Following their announcement, a slew of artists announced tour dates, including Pink, Usher and Lady Gaga who are hitting the concert trail early next year.
Pink is set for her first North American tour in four years. She's confirmed 25 dates for her tour, "The Truth About Love," in support of her new album. The tour kicks off Feb. 13. Meanwhile, R&B star Usher will be hitting Europe. His tour, "Euphoria," begins in January and will visit 21 cities in countries including the United Kingdom, France and Germany.
Also beginning in January, Lady Gaga takes her "Born this Way Ball" to 25 cities in North America, including performances in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Gaga will be performing songs from her latest album "Born This Way" as well as music from both "The Fame" and "The Fame Monster."
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