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“Everything was fantastic. The logistics worked out well,” Boston Police Superintendent-in-Chief Dan Linskey said after watching people of all ages rock along with the band’s music.
“It was great. Who doesn’t love Aerosmith?” Linskey said.
“I think we’ve all been on a treadmill with Aerosmith getting us through the final minutes,” he added.
And with U.S. political races entering their final hours Monday, Aerosmith ended its Election Day Eve show by blasting the crowd with red, white and blue confetti.
Later, band members also made imprints of their hands in squares of wet cement, which the city plans to plant in front of the rockers’ old Boston home.
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