Following the tragic bombings at the Boston Marathon on Monday, a variety of famous musicians have taken to the Internet to send out sympathetic messages and express their feelings about the bombing, which has left three people dead and more than 170 wounded.
Among the stars offering their sympathies to the victims are Joe Perry and Joey Kramer of Aerosmith , arguably the most famous rock band ever to emerge from Boston.
In a message posted on his Twitter account, Perry writes , "Sending out prayers to everyone in Boston and our Blue Army. Deepest sympathies to those who lost family members n those with injuries."
As for Kramer, he tweeted , "Our thoughts & prayers are with Boston. My heart is truly saddened."
Here are some of the many other online responses to the bombing from music celebs:
Godsmack : "Thoughts go out to all, right in our home town of Boston, who were involved in the marathon explosions today. Very sad."
Dropkick Murphys : "Boston your in our prayers from California...be safe everyone !!!! Unbelievable"
Guns N' Roses : "Our hearts and prayers go out to Boston."
Slash : "I feel terrible for all the people of Boston. On a day like today, something so evil should take place. Deepest sympathies to all affected."
30 Second to Mars : "Our hearts + thoughts are w/ you #Boston. What a senseless + horrible act."
Grizzly Bear : "We have family and roots in Boston and are sending as much love as one can from across the country. Stay strong. Much love."
Garbage : "Our thoughts and love go out to the good people of Boston."
Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee : "Thoughts n hearts are with you #Boston."
Twisted Sister 's Dee Snider : "Thoughts & prayers to victims & families in Boston. Thoughts of death to those responsible!"
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