It doesn’t get more authentic than this… period!
Draw the Line - the “Officially Endorsed Aerosmith Tribute Show” - originated near Boston Massachusetts, the same as Aerosmith themselves. Established in 1991, Draw the Line has been touring for more than 30 years spanning the continental United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and Europe. DTL has played over 3,000 shows to sold out Audiences of up to 20,000 people. From MGM Grand Arena Las Vegas, to festivals throughout the USA, plus many legendary theaters, casinos, and cruise ships, Draw the Line is the standard for tribute shows.
During a January 1998 radio interview, Aerosmith Lead Singer Steven Tyler singled out Draw the Line as the best of the Aerosmith tribute bands. With disc jockey Nik Carter adding, " I’ve seen Draw the Line. They are Aerosmith!!" DTL has been featured in international fanzines, Boston Globe, Boston Herald and other newspapers across the country. DTL has been featured on MTV and AXSTV World's Greatest Tribute Bands as the best Aerosmith tribute show.
They are the only tribute band that has been featured on Aerosmith’s website as well as their Aero Force One official fan club. With support and accolades from Aerosmith themselves, as well as journalists, top DJs, and fans worldwide, it’s no wonder Draw the Line is recognized as a one-of-its-kind. “ A professional show band in a league of their own amongst tribute acts and of a caliber that is unparalleled in the tribute genre”, says Joe Reardon, reporter for the Mariner newspaper group.
Aerosmith members have been known to appear at DTL shows over the years, with original founding Aerosmith member Ray Tabano frequently jamming with them - you never know who you'll see at a DTL show!
Draw the Line features lead vocalist Neill Byrnes, a true Steven Tyler doppelgänger . Neill won a Steven Tyler lookalike contest during Aerosmith’s Pump tour, which would end up kickstarting his 30 plus year career as Steven Tyler. He has appeared on talk shows, tv commercials, done voice overs and movies. He recently appeared in the 2020 Lynyrd Skynyrd biopic “Street Survivors” as Steven Tyler.
Draw the Line, in addition to Neill, boasts some incredibly talented musicians as well
Gino Caira (Joe Perry)
Jim Dennis (Brad Whitford)
Barry Johnson (Tom Hamilton)
Scott Camara (Joey Kramer)
Together, these five talented musicians perfectly recreate the sound, energy, and vibe of an Aerosmith concert; if you love Aerosmith, this is a show you Don’t Wanna Miss!