Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler will grace the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. The rocker previously appeared on front of the periodical in 1976 and 2001. The new issue with Steven on the cover hits shelves on
Liv Tyler told FOX News that she and her father, Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler, “sing all the time” and “always talk about doing something together.” Liv revealed that there are even times when her dad asks her to come to the studio and sing backup. She hasn’t been able to take him up on the offer yet because of her busy schedule, but if it clears up and she’s asked, she says she might be able to help out with the new record Aerosmith are working on.
On May 3rd, Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler will release his autobiography, Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?,and now, he’s explaining it more, in a way only the rocker can. Tyler says the book features “all the unexpurg
American Idol executive producer Nigel Lythgoe recently revealed that Aerosmith are on tap to perform on the show, yet guitarist Joe Perry hasn’t heard anything about it. The rocker told the Boston Herald, “No one’s said a word to me.” Joe added that all he knows is the band is recording this summer then touring in South America and possibly Japan, though the latter may be up in the air due to the tragedy in that country. Read more at BostonHerald.com.
The world is still adjusting to the travesty that struck Japan last week and well wishes are still coming in, including some from the rock world. Here are some statements bands put out about the devastating disaster that hit the country:
On May 10th, Steven Tyler will release his long-awaited autobiography, Does the Noise in My Head Bother You? and now, the singer has put out a video talking about the book. Here is video from StevenTyler.com where the rocker describe
Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler has been in the news a lot lately, thanks to his new role as a judge on American Idol, and it turns out that the rocker’s latest gig is helping the band’s sales. According to Fox News, the 1998 classic “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” is at number 19 on the iTunes Songs Chart while 1973’s “Dream On” is at 61
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