Steven Tyler
American musician
Steven Tyler
Steven Tyler is an American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, best known as the frontman and lead singer of the Boston-based rock band Aerosmith, in which he also plays the harmonica, and occasional piano and percussion. He is known as the "Demon of Screamin'" due to his high screams and his wide vocal range. He is also known for his on-stage acrobatics.
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John Hall Does It All
Huffington Post - 5 months
John Hall co-wrote two of the most widely played songs on Top 40 radio during the 1970's that are still in constant rotation today. The hits "Still The One" and "Dance With Me." You may or may not connect the dots between the man, and the group he co-founded Orleans, but he is much more than this success story which alone would be a dream come true like winning the lottery for most musicians. Mr. Hall is by definition a modern day renaissance man. In addition to rockstar he is a social activist, former two time US Congressman, father, grandfather, and now author with the release of his self penned memoir "Still The One." I met John whilst living in Woodstock in the mid 1980's. Along with Malley Heinlein, Pete O'Brien and other local musicians we formed the house band at "The Joyous Lake," the main music club at the time. The band Stormy Monday named after the iconic blues hit by T-Bone Walker played mostly soul, Motown, and blues covers. Local musicians would jump up to jam or ...
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Justin Timberlake Says He Would 'Absolutely' Collaborate With Britney Spears
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Pauly Shore Shares Memories as the 90sFest Approaches New York City
Huffington Post - 6 months
Photo Credit: Getty Images, courtesy of 90sFest Grab your slammer and get those pogs flying because the 90sFest is returning to New York City on September 10th. After captivating the Throwback Thursday generation last year in Brooklyn, the festival is coming to Governor's Island and will take concert goers to a simpler era where Pokémon couldn't be caught using cellphones. Pauly Shore will be the master of ceremonies and is looking forward to the event. Shore, best known for being the king of MTV in the 1990s, told me in an exclusive interview that he is ready to return as the host of the ultimate gathering that proudly celebrates nostalgia. "I like the energy. I did it last year when we did Brooklyn and that's why I'm coming back. It's a really cool environment. And the '90s were a really fun time for me, before the internet obviously. People didn't care as much. People were just having fun," he said. Pauly Shore is no stranger to being a man that shows people a good t ...
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Britney Spears Is Willing To Overlook Justin Timberlake Breakup For The Sake Of Pop Music
Huffington Post - 6 months
Apparently what goes around, comes around ... and around ... and around. In case you missed the last 10 years or so, ever since Britney Spears shattered Justin Timberlake’s heart in 2002, the former *NSYNC crooner has been crying a river to basically any reporter who will listen. He was straight-up savage in 2008 when inducting Madonna into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  “The world has always been full of Madonna wannabes, I might have even dated a couple,” Timberlake said during his speech, subtly shading Britney. In 2011, JT spoke about her again to Vanity Fair, admitting they hadn’t spoken in over 10 years. Nonetheless, he used the opportunity to turn their relationship into something of “The Notebook” proportions.  “I wish her the best — that goes without saying. We haven’t spoken in nine or 10 years … We were two birds of the same feather — small-town kids, doing the same thing,” he said. (If you’re an albino burmese pyt ...
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Tyler reacts to Disney altering Aerosmith coaster video
Yahoo News - 6 months
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler isn't giving Disney World a thumbs-up for digitally altering his hand in a video that plays at an attraction featuring the band.
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Steven Tyler taking a break from Aerosmith to go a little country
Fox News - 7 months
He's led the bad-boy rock band Aerosmith for decades, written a book, learned to parasail, and is the father of four children.
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Music Review: Steven Tyler's country album shines
Yahoo News - 8 months
Steven Tyler, "We're All Somebody from Somewhere" (Dot/Big Machine)
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Aerosmith: Steven Tyler Is Not Being Replaced
ABC News - 9 months
Guitarist Joe Perry says the rumors are "completely untrue."
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Steven Tyler helps sexual abuse victims
Fox News - 10 months
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Super Bowl 50: Skittles Ad
Wall Street Journal - about 1 year
Aerosmith's Steven Tyler receives a special portrait, in this Super Bowl Ad for Skittles.
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Trump's Twitter Suggests He Actually Loves Fox News
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Donald Trump keeps his friends close, at least on Twitter. He boasts almost 6 million Twitter followers, more than any other presidential candidate. But the Donald dishes out "follows" sparingly. So far, he's bestowed the honor on only 50 accounts. More than 10 percent of the accounts Trump follows are affiliated with Fox News, Reuters pointed out today. Trump has a complicated relationship with Fox. He feuded with the right-leaning news organization last week, eventually refusing to participate in Thursday's Republican presidential primary debate hosted by Fox. The news agency and real estate mogul have since reconciled.  Feud or no feud, Trump's willingness to follow Fox-affiliated accounts on Twitter typifies the love-hate relationship Trump seems to have with Fox.  What does it take to get a Twitter follow from Trump if you don't work for Fox? Well, if you aren't a part of Trump's immediate family, you could try becoming an outspoken supporter. But even then, you're ...
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Adele Tells Donald Trump To Stop Using Her Music On The Campaign Trail
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been playing Adele's music at his rallies without her permission. Now she's putting a stop to that. At a rally in Oklahoma, "Rolling in the Deep" played after Sarah Palin's impassioned speech. Trump also used the "Skyfall" theme at an event in Ohio. Fans tweeted their outrage, urging the British musician to ban Palin and Trump from using her music.  I wonder if @Adele knows that Donald Trump is using her music to promote racism and bigotry. — Kevin Plantz (@KevinPlantz) January 20, 2016 Adele has made it a point since 2011 to stay out of politics, but now her team is taking steps to ensure Trump no longer uses her music. “Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning,” Adele's spokesperson told the Independent. When Adele finds out that Donald Trump came onstage to one of her songs today. #NotOkay — Devin Stevens (@DevinSteve ...
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Steven Tyler Weathered The Storm In New York And Ended Up On CNN
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Steven Tyler and his daughter Mia didn't let Winter Storm Jonas keep them from spending some quality time together outside.  While navigating through the whiteout of New York's streets yesterday, the Aerosmith frontman and his daughter ran into CNN's Poppy Harlow and provided what might just be the best blizzard-based broadcast of the weekend.  Tyler stopped to chat with Harlow, admitting that, like many New Yorkers, he was going to "hunker down." "I've got a funny feeling the storm's gonna keep us here a couple extra days," he said, making sure to add a plug for his upcoming appearance on Howard Stern and send a shoutout to his grandson Milo.  "I love it," Mia said. "I like playing in the snow so I'm kind of happy about this."  You can watch a clip below:  "I'm going to hunker down" for the storm, Aerosmith's Steven Tyler tells CNN. #Blizzard2016 — CNN (@CNN) January 23, 2016 Tyler also shared a photo fr ...
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Steven Tyler: Stay inside and drink hot chocolate
CNN - about 1 year
Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler and his daughter Mia talk to CNN's Poppy Harlow on being stuck in the snowstorm in New York City.
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Time in With Dr. Tim: Helping Girls Overcome the Emotional Scars of Trauma
Huffington Post - about 1 year
The breakthrough came through crochet. Like many girls who have suffered abuse or neglect, Kacy didn't want to talk to a counselor. At just 10 years old, she had come to our Youth Villages Girls Center for Intensive Residential Treatment for intensive help in a safe setting. She hadn't been successful in other places, but she wasn't doing too well with us either. Youth Villages helps girls in all our programs, but our Girls Center was opened in 2009 specifically because of the lack of effective help for girls with the most severe emotional and behavioral issues. Like many of the girls who come to us, Kacy hurts herself -- cutting her skin with any sharp object, even attempting suicide. That's a common way that girls respond to trauma. Children usually don't respond to trauma the way we think they should. Trauma, just like any stress, can trigger "flight or fight" responses. But, girls and young children most often freeze rather than fight or flee. They don't act out; they act i ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Steven Tyler
  • 2016
    Age 67
    From September through October 2016, Tyler will rejoin Aerosmith for a 10-date tour of Latin America preceded by a September 16 performance at the Kaaboo Festival in San Diego.
    More Details Hide Details On September 15, 2007, at New Hampshire International Speedway, Tyler announced the launch of Dirico Motorcycles, which are designed by Tyler, engineered by Mark Dirico, and built by AC Custom Motorcycles in Manchester, New Hampshire. Tyler has been a long time motorcycle fan and riding enthusiast, Steven Tyler also participates in a variety of charity auctions involving motorcycles, including the Ride for Children charity. In the early months of 2013, an act was forwarded into the Hawaii legislature entitled the Steven Tyler Act (Hawaii Senate Bill 465). The Act would give more privacy to public figures such as government officials and celebrities on vacation. Tyler and numerous other celebrities all lobbied for it. The legislation would give public figures the right to sue paparazzi for taking unwanted photographs. The bill's sponsor is Maui state legislator J. Kalani English. The bill was cleared through the Judiciary Committee on Friday, February 8, 2013. Tyler is registered as a Republican.
    From July through September 2016, Tyler will be performing with his backing band Loving Mary on the 19-date "Out on a Limb Tour"; this was preceded by a pair of performances in Niagara Falls in March 2016 and a benefit show for his charity "Janie's Fund" in New York City in May 2016.
    More Details Hide Details Since December 2015, in various interviews, Tyler and fellow Aerosmith bandmates Brad Whitford and Joe Perry all discussed the possibility of an Aerosmith farewell tour or "wind-down tour" slated to start in 2017. Perry has suggested the tour could last for two years and Tyler said it could potentially last "forever"; Tyler and Whitford also discussed the potential of doing one last studio album.
  • 2015
    Age 66
    From the fall of 2015 through the spring of 2016, Tyler completed work on his solo album, We're All Somebody from Somewhere, which was released on July 15, 2016.
    More Details Hide Details A second single, "Red, White & You", was released in January 2016, followed by the third single (the title track) in June 2016.
    In May 2015, Tyler released the country single "Love Is Your Name", followed by the second single "Red, White & You" in January 2016; his debut solo album, We're All Somebody from Somewhere, was released on July 15, 2016.
    More Details Hide Details Tyler is included among Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Singers. He was ranked 3rd on Hit Parader's Top 100 Metal Vocalists of All Time. In 2001, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Aerosmith and in 2013, Tyler and his songwriting partner Joe Perry received the ASCAP Founders Award and were inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
    On March 31, 2015, Tyler stated that he was working on his first solo country album.
    More Details Hide Details On April 6, it was announced that he signed a record deal with Scott Borchetta's Dot Records (a division of the Big Machine Label Group). On May 13, Tyler released the lead single, "Love Is Your Name", from his forthcoming debut album. He promoted the song on the Bobby Bones Show, iHeartMedia, CBS This Morning, Entertainment Tonight, and the American Idol season 14 finale. In order to increase his exposure to the country audience, Tyler appeared as himself in an episode of the musical drama series Nashville, performing a cover of "Crazy" with Juliette Barnes (portrayed by Hayden Pannettiere). On June 13, Tyler rejoined his Aerosmith bandmates for the Blue Army Tour, which sent the band to 17 North American locations through August 7; this was followed by a one-off performance in Moscow on September 5.
  • 2014
    Age 65
    From May 17 to June 28 of 2014, Tyler performed 15 shows with Aerosmith on the European leg of the Global Warming Tour.
    More Details Hide Details This was followed by the Let Rock Rule Tour (featuring Slash with Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators as the opening act), which sent Aerosmith to 19 locations across North America from July 10 to September 12.
  • 2013
    Age 64
    Tyler also appeared in Moscow, Russia on November 9 for the Miss Universe 2013 pageant as one of the judges and performed "Dream On".
    More Details Hide Details On May 30, Aerosmith performed as part of the "Boston Strong" charity concert for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. The band also performed at a handful of shows in the U.S. and Japan in July and August In the fall of 2013, Aerosmith extended their tour to Central and South America, including their first-ever performances in Guatemala, El Salvador and Uruguay.
    While down-under in April 2013, Tyler told New Zealand media of his "dear Maori friends" and why the band had opted only to play Dunedin for their first New Zealand concert date.
    More Details Hide Details He also confessed to having the hots for J-Lo (Jennifer Lopez) while working on American Idol and told of how it turned out to be one of the best things he ever did.
    In January 2013, Tyler and Brady broke off their engagement.
    More Details Hide Details In 2006 immediately after a two-hour performance in Florida, Tyler got into an argument during which he yelled. He awoke the next morning to find that he had a hoarse voice. On March 22, 2006, the Washington Post reported that Tyler would undergo surgery for an "undisclosed medical condition". A statement from Tyler's publicist read in part, "Despite Aerosmith's desire to keep the tour going as long as possible, Tyler's doctors advised him not to continue performing to give his voice time to recover." Aerosmith's remaining North American tour dates in 2006 on the Rockin' the Joint Tour were subsequently canceled. The cause was diagnosed as a ruptured blood vessel in his throat, which was successfully sealed off using a laser by Dr. Steven M. Zeitels, director of the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Center for Laryngeal Surgery and Voice Rehabilitation. In the words of Tyler: "He just took a laser and zapped the blood vessel." After a few weeks of rest, Tyler and the rest of Aerosmith entered the studio on May 20, 2006 to begin work on their new album.
  • 2012
    Age 63
    He also visited the judges when they were auditioning contestants in November 2012 in Oklahoma City while Tyler also happened to be in town for a concert on Aerosmith's Global Warming Tour.
    More Details Hide Details The episode aired on January 31, 2013. On February 20, it was announced that Tyler and his songwriting partner Joe Perry would be recipients of the ASCAP Founders Award at the society's 30th Annual Pop Music Awards on April 17. Two days later, it was announced that the duo would be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame at a ceremony to be held on June 13. In late April and early May 2013, Aerosmith extended their Global Warming Tour to Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, and Singapore. This marked the band's first performances in Australia in 23 years, and the band's first-ever performances in the latter three countries.
    On July 12, 2012, Tyler announced that he would be leaving American Idol after two seasons, with a statement saying, "After some long... hard... thoughts...
    More Details Hide Details I've decided it's time for me to let go of my mistress 'American Idol' before she boils my rabbit. I strayed from my first love, AEROSMITH, and I’m back — but instead of begging on my hands and knees, I got two fists in the air and I’m kicking the door open with my band. The next few years are going to be dedicated to kicking some serious ass — the ultimate in auditory takeover " However the reports suggest that Tyler was dumped by the American Idol Bosses. Tyler has since indicated that his troubles with his bandmates were the primary reason he signed up to do American Idol. He was replaced by Keith Urban. On August 12, Aerosmith wrapped up the first leg of their Global Warming Tour with a rescheduled performance in Bristow, Virginia and on August 28, the band released two singles simultaneously, the rocker "Lover Alot" and the ballad "What Could Have Been Love", both of which were co-produced and co-written by Tyler. On September 22, Aerosmith performed at the iHeartRadio music festival in Las Vegas. On November 6, the new Aerosmith album Music from Another Dimension! was released, and on November 8, the band began the second leg of their Global Warming Tour, which took the band to 14 North American cities through December 13. On January 21, 2013, Aerosmith released "Can't Stop Lovin' You" (featuring Carrie Underwood) as the fourth single from Music from Another Dimension!
    Aerosmith's new album, Music from Another Dimension! was set for release on November 6, 2012 and the band debuted their new single "Legendary Child" with a performance of the song on the season finale of American Idol on May 23.
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    On January 22, 2012, Tyler sang the National Anthem at the AFC Championship Game. On March 11, 2012, a special about Aerosmith aired on 60 Minutes, where some of the comments made by the band members highlighted the still-contentious relationships in the band.
    More Details Hide Details On March 22, Perry surprised Tyler with a performance of "Happy Birthday" on American Idol in advance of Tyler's 64th birthday. On March 26, 2012, Aerosmith announced their "Global Warming Tour" with dates in many major North American cities from June 16 to August 8, preceded by a performance on May 30 for Walmart shareholders. In April, a Burger King television commercial featuring Tyler debuted.
  • 2011
    Age 62
    He became engaged to Brady in December 2011.
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    On October 22, 2011, Tyler set off for an 18-date Aerosmith tour across Latin America and Japan.
    More Details Hide Details On October 25, it was reported by TMZ that Tyler slipped in his hotel shower in Paraguay and injured his face, including losing several teeth. Tyler was rushed to the hospital, and the scheduled show was postponed for the following night. When he did finally perform after the opening song, he proudly displayed his broken tooth which he had on a string around his neck. He then removed his sunglasses to reveal a nasty black eye. The tour wrapped up on December 10 in Sapporo, Japan.
    In September 2011, he starred as the inspiration for Andy Hilfiger's fashion line, "Andrew Charles".
    More Details Hide Details Tyler developed a signature scarf collection called "Rock Scarf" for Andrew Charles.
    Throughout the summer of 2011, Tyler worked with the other members of Aerosmith on the band's next studio album, scheduled for release in the spring of 2012.
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    On May 3, 2011, he released his autobiography Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?, which reached number two on The New York Times Best Seller List in the category "Hardcover Non-fiction".
    More Details Hide Details The book was accompanied by the new single "(It) Feels So Good", released May 10. The single reached #35 on the Billboard Hot 100. In addition, during breaks in between Idol, Tyler worked on new material for Aerosmith's next studio album. Tyler performed the Aerosmith song "Dream On" on the season finale of American Idol on May 25.
    On April 2, 2011, Tyler presented an award at the 2011 Kids' Choice Awards.
    More Details Hide Details The following day, he performed with Carrie Underwood at the Academy of Country Music Awards. Underwood and Tyler performed Underwood's song "Undo It" and completed their segment with an energetic version of the Aerosmith classic "Walk This Way".
    On January 19, 2011, Tyler made his debut appearance as a judge on American Idol, during the premiere of the show's tenth season, which aired through the end of May.
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  • 2010
    Age 61
    In December 2010, Tyler performed at the Kennedy Center Honors, honoring Paul McCartney by performing several tracks from Abbey Road.
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    On September 22, 2010, Fox confirmed that Tyler would replace Simon Cowell as a judge for the tenth season of American Idol alongside Randy Jackson and fellow new judge Jennifer Lopez (who replaced Kara DioGuardi and Ellen DeGeneres).
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    On September 16, 2010, it was reported he would have his first solo project.
    More Details Hide Details He wrote "Love Lives", a theme song for the Japanese sci-fi movie Space Battleship Yamato. The song was based on the English translated script, as well as on some clips of the film itself. The single was released on November 24, a week before the movie was released. A preview of the single can be heard in the movie's trailers.
    In 2010, he embarked on the Cocked, Locked, Ready to Rock Tour with Aerosmith, which saw them perform over 40 concerts in 18 countries.
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  • 2009
    Age 60
    On December 22, 2009, Rolling Stone reported that Tyler had checked into rehab for pain management.
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    Despite rumors of leaving the band, and notwithstanding Perry's comment as reported earlier the same day, Tyler joined The Joe Perry Project onstage November 10, 2009, at the Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza and performed "Walk This Way".
    More Details Hide Details According to sources at the event, Tyler assured the crowd that despite rumors to the contrary, he is "not quitting Aerosmith."
    On November 10, 2009, Joe Perry confirmed Tyler had quit Aerosmith to pursue a solo career and was unsure whether the move was indefinite.
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    On November 9, 2009, the media reported that Tyler had no contact with the other members of Aerosmith and that they were unsure if he was still in the band.
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    On August 5, 2009, while on the Guitar Hero Aerosmith Tour, Tyler fell off a stage near Sturgis, South Dakota, injuring his head and neck and breaking his shoulder.
    More Details Hide Details He was airlifted to Rapid City Regional Hospital. Aerosmith was forced to cancel the rest of their 2009 tour, except for two shows in Hawaii in October. In 2007, Aerosmith had to cancel their first concert in Maui, which resulted in a class action lawsuit involving 8,000 plaintiffs. Attendees received tickets and, in some cases, reimbursements for out of pocket expenses. The band performed in early November at an auto race in Abu Dhabi.
  • 2008
    Age 59
    In December 2008, Tyler made a surprise appearance at the Trans-Siberian Orchestra concerts at Nassau Coliseum (December 12, 2008) and the Izod Center (December 13, 2008).
    More Details Hide Details At the Izod Center, he collaborated with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra on "Dream On" and "Sweet Emotion."
    In August 2008 HarperCollins won an auction to publish Tyler's autobiography.
    More Details Hide Details That same month, Tyler performed with trumpeter Chris Botti in Boston. The concert was released as a CD/DVD, "Chris Botti In Boston" in March 2009.
    On July 18, 2008, Tyler appeared with Billy Joel at the last concert to be played at Shea Stadium.
    More Details Hide Details Backed by Joel's band, he sang lead vocals on "Walk This Way".
    On July 14, 2008, Tyler's mother, Susan Tallarico, died at age 84.
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    On May 21, 2008, Tyler checked into Las Encinas Hospital rehabilitation clinic in Pasadena, California, to recover from multiple leg surgeries.
    More Details Hide Details He made a public statement saying that "The 'foot repair' pain was intense, greater than I'd anticipated. The months of rehabilitative care and the painful strain of physical therapy were traumatic. I really needed a safe environment to recuperate where I could shut off my phone and get back on my feet." In June 2008, Guitar Hero: Aerosmith was released, the franchise's first video game based solely around one band and the most successful game based around a band.
  • 2007
    Age 58
    In 2007, Tyler kept active in Aerosmith with the band's world tour which saw them perform in 19 countries.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, Steven and Liv Tyler were profiled on E! True Hollywood Story.
  • 2006
    Age 57
    On October 14, 2006, Tyler sang "God Bless America" during the seventh inning stretch at Game No.3 of the National League Championship Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and the New York Mets at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.
    More Details Hide Details On November 24, he volunteered by serving Thanksgiving dinner to the needy at a restaurant in West Palm Beach, Florida before an Aerosmith show there.
    In 2006, after recovering from throat surgery and the grueling Rockin' the Joint Tour, Steven Tyler performed with Joe Perry and the Boston Pops Orchestra for the orchestra's annual Fourth of July concert, his first major public appearance since the surgery.
    More Details Hide Details During the concert, which was broadcast nationally on CBS, Tyler, Perry, and the orchestra performed a medley of "Walk This Way", "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" and "Dream On". That year, Tyler recorded a duet with country music artist Keith Anderson, titled "Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll". The song, a remixed version of a song found on Anderson's debut album, was released as a single on the U.S. Hot Country Songs charts. Later that year, the Aerosmith compilation Devil's Got a New Disguise was released, which included two new tracks. Tyler hit the road with Aerosmith again for the Route of All Evil Tour with Mötley Crüe and also made several more public appearances. He made a cameo appearance on the sitcom Two and a Half Men, playing himself.
    In January 2006 the divorce was official.
    More Details Hide Details Tyler had been in a relationship with Erin Brady since 2006.
  • 2005
    Age 56
    In 2005, Tyler sang lead vocals on Santana's hit single "Just Feel Better" and made a cameo appearance in the film Be Cool.
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  • 2004
    Age 55
    The 2004 film The Polar Express featured Tyler singing "Rockin' on Top of the World" alongside a group of computer-animated elves resembling Aerosmith.
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    Tyler sang the National Anthem to kick off the 2004 World Series at Fenway Park.
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  • 2003
    Age 54
    In 2003, he inducted AC/DC into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
    More Details Hide Details Later in the year, he went on tour with Aerosmith for the Rocksimus Maximus Tour with KISS. In 2004, Aerosmith released the blues cover album Honkin' on Bobo and launched a brief tour with Cheap Trick, focused on smaller markets.
    In 2003, he received an honorary degree from Berklee College of Music, and, in 2005, received an honorary doctorate from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
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  • 2001
    Age 52
    At the 2001 Indianapolis 500, Tyler sang the National Anthem in traditional Aerosmith style – complete with a raspy voice, bluesy swagger and a hard rocker yell.
    More Details Hide Details When Tyler sang the National Anthem, he changed the words which caused a public outcry. Instead of singing "Land of the free and the home of the brave", he changed the words to "Land of the free and the home of the Indianapolis 500." This received negative reactions from veterans and fans, leading Tyler to issue a public apology. Aerosmith embarked on the 8-month-long Just Push Play Tour in June 2001, and has toured every year since, except 2008. After the September 11 attacks, the band performed at the benefit concert "United We Stand" in Washington, D.C. Tyler donned a full-length jacket featuring the American flag, and the band performed a brief set including "Livin' on the Edge", "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing", "Just Push Play", and "Walk This Way". The band flew back to Indianapolis to perform a show that same night.
  • 1999
    Age 50
    The song was written for the film Armageddon, which featured Tyler's daughter Liv. In 1999, Tyler and Perry joined Kid Rock and Run–D.M.C. to perform "Walk This Way" at the MTV Video Music Awards.
    More Details Hide Details Earlier that year, the band saw the Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith open at Walt Disney World. In 2001, Aerosmith played at the Super Bowl XXXV Halftime Show and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The band released the album Just Push Play, which featured the Top 10 hit "Jaded".
  • 1998
    Age 49
    In 1998, while on tour in support of Nine Lives, Tyler suffered a ligament injury when his mic stand came crashing into his knee.
    More Details Hide Details Tyler and the band finished the show, but they had to cancel several dates, and Tyler had to wear a leg cast while filming the video for "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing". The song was the band's first No.1 hit and the only song to date by a rock band to debut at No.1 on the Hot 100. It has since become a slow-dance staple, and at the time introduced Aerosmith and Steven Tyler to yet another new generation.
  • 1997
    Age 48
    In 1997, Steven Tyler and Joe Perry were featured in a commercial for the Gap.
    More Details Hide Details That fall, the band's tell-all autobiography was released.
  • 1994
    Age 45
    Tyler's daughter Liv made her acting debut in the band's video for "Crazy" in 1994.
    More Details Hide Details The band also launched their biggest and most extensive tour yet, performing over 240 shows in nearly 30 countries, including touring Latin America for the first time and performing in many European countries for the first time. After the 18-month Get a Grip Tour ended in December 1994, the band took a break in 1995 to spend time with their families. They needed to rest due to the grueling lifestyle of the previous 10 years under the helm of manager Tim Collins, who helped orchestrate much of the band's comeback and sustained success. Tyler and Perry also began writing for a new album, and the band performed a couple of one-off shows in Boston to try out the new material. They also vacationed together with their families in Florida. Aerosmith, however, almost broke up after Tim Collins spread rumors that band members were deriding each other and that Tyler was being unfaithful to his wife and using drugs again during recording sessions in Miami. The band subsequently fired Collins in 1996 in the middle of recording for their next album. In 1997, they released Nine Lives, which went double platinum, launched three hits ("Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees)", "Hole in My Soul", and "Pink"), and won the band their fourth Grammy for "Pink". They toured for over two years in support of the album.
  • 1989
    Age 40
    Bootleg and the 1989 VHS release Live Texxas Jam '78. 1978 also saw Tyler make his acting debut as the leader of the Future Villain Band in the film Sgt.
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  • 1988
    Age 39
    On May 28, 1988, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tyler married his second wife, clothing designer Teresa Barrick.
    More Details Hide Details With Barrick, he fathered a daughter, Chelsea Anna Tallarico (born March 6, 1989), and a son, Taj Monroe Tallarico (born January 31, 1991). In February 2005, the couple announced that they were separating due to personal problems.
  • 1987
    Age 38
    He and Foxe divorced in 1987; in 1997, she published Dream On: Livin' on the Edge With Steven Tyler and Aerosmith, a memoir of her life with Tyler.
    More Details Hide Details Foxe died from brain cancer in 2002.
  • 1986
    Age 37
    Aerosmith rose to prominence again when Tyler and Perry appeared on Run–D.M.C.'s cover of Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" in 1986, a track that combined elements of hip-hop and rock, that broke down the barriers between the two genres, broke rap into the mainstream and introduced Aerosmith to a new generation.
    More Details Hide Details The track hit No.4 on the charts and launched a famous music video that saw heavy rotation. This paved the way for Aerosmith to mount a significant comeback. Tyler and Perry renewed their songwriting partnership but were now also working with outside songwriting collaborators brought in by the record company, like Desmond Child and Jim Vallance. To give Aerosmith a slick sound accessible to mainstream audiences, they received help from producer Bruce Fairbairn. Aerosmith released Permanent Vacation in 1987, which became a huge multi-platinum success and launched three Top 20 hits ("Dude (Looks Like a Lady)", "Angel", and "Rag Doll"). The band launched a tour with the emerging Guns N' Roses opening many shows. Permanent Vacation was followed by 1989's Pump, which was even more successful, selling 7 million copies and producing three Top 10 hits ("Love in an Elevator", "Janie's Got a Gun", and "What it Takes") and one Top 40 hit ("The Other Side"). Pump in particular saw Tyler expand his musical horizons, co-writing the innovative hit "Janie's Got a Gun", which won the band its first Grammy award. The band toured with many emerging acts and performed in locations like Australia for the first time. In the late 1980s, Tyler also guested on albums by comedian Sam Kinison, Alice Cooper (a fellow 70s rocker also launching a successful comeback) and popular contemporaries Mötley Crüe.
    In 1986, the band held a meeting in which the band members staged an intervention on Tyler and persuaded him to enter a drug rehabilitation program.
    More Details Hide Details After he completed rehabilitation, his bandmates did likewise; all had completed treatment by the mid-1980s.
  • 1984
    Age 35
    The band was still using drugs, however, especially Tyler, who collapsed while performing in Springfield, Illinois on the 1984 tour.
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  • 1979
    Age 30
    His heroin addiction was at its worst between 1979 and 1982, when he would roam the streets of New York City looking for dealers.
    More Details Hide Details On February 14, 1984, Perry and Whitford, who left the band in 1979 and 1981 respectively, attended an Aerosmith show. According to the band's Behind the Music special on VH1, Tyler alleges he made the first phone call to Perry encouraging them to meet up again. Backstage, they all met and Perry and Whitford agreed to join the band once again. With the new reunion, the band also fired their managers Leber and Krebs, hired new manager Tim Collins (who was managing Joe Perry) and signed a new record contract with Geffen Records. Aerosmith embarked on a reunion tour, the "Back in the Saddle Tour" and recorded once again, releasing Done with Mirrors in 1985.
    On July 28, 1979, after a huge fight at a World Series of Rock concert in Cleveland, Perry left Aerosmith to begin his own band, The Joe Perry Project.
    More Details Hide Details Night in the Ruts was released that fall and Aerosmith forged on with new guitarist Jimmy Crespo. In the fall of 1980, Tyler was injured in a motorcycle crash that left him hospitalized for two months and unable to tour or record for much of 1981. When the band re-convened in the studio, Tyler formed a writing partnership with Crespo, co-writing and producing the album Rock in a Hard Place (1982). Brad Whitford had left in 1981, shortly after recording the guitar parts for the album's lead single, "Lightning Strikes. " Whitford was replaced by Rick Dufay and the band continued to tour into 1983. Tyler's drug abuse increased.
  • 1978
    Age 29
    In 1978, he married Cyrinda Foxe, an ex-Warhol model, and the former wife of New York Dolls' lead singer David Johansen, and fathered model Mia Tyler.
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  • 1977
    Age 28
    Tyler had a brief relationship with fashion model Bebe Buell, during which he fathered actress Liv Tyler, born in 1977.
    More Details Hide Details Buell initially claimed that the father was Todd Rundgren to protect her daughter from Tyler's drug addiction. Through Liv's marriage to British musician Royston Langdon and relationship with entertainment manager David Gardner, Tyler has three grandchildren.
    That year, Tyler emerged as a prominent rock star and sex symbol in his own right, gracing the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. 1977's Draw the Line continued the band's success and they were catapulted to international fame and recognition, launching tours in Europe and Japan.
    More Details Hide Details A series of Hot 100 hits continued throughout the remainder of the decade, including "Draw the Line", "Kings and Queens" and "Chip Away the Stone". Aerosmith's first five albums have also all since gone multiplatinum and all five are considered to be among the greatest hard rock albums of all time. Aerosmith toured heavily throughout the mid to late 1970s and their live shows during this time period were captured through 1978's live album Live!
  • 1972
    Age 23
    They subsequently signed a record deal with Columbia Records in 1972 and released their eponymous debut album in 1973.
    More Details Hide Details This was followed by Get Your Wings in 1974. Around this time, Aerosmith continued to tour wherever they could and opened for bands like Mott the Hoople. The band had a minor hit in "Dream On", which peaked at No. 59 in 1973, but it wasn't until the back-to-back releases of Toys in the Attic (1975) and Rocks (1976) that Aerosmith broke into the mainstream. In 1975, they achieved their first Top 40 hit in "Sweet Emotion". Soon after, "Dream On" was rereleased and hit No. 6 in 1976, followed by another Top 10 hit "Walk This Way". Additionally, Rocks produced the hit singles "Last Child", "Back in the Saddle" and "Home Tonight". By 1976, Aerosmith found themselves headlining huge stadiums and major rock music festivals.
  • 1970
    Age 21
    Around 1970, Tyler, Perry and Hamilton decided to form a band.
    More Details Hide Details Tyler, who had played drums in many of his previous bands, insisted that he be the frontman and lead singer. Joey Kramer, an old acquaintance of Tyler's from New York, was recruited to play drums. Tyler invited his boyhood friend, Ray Tabano, to play rhythm guitar. Driven by a collective ambition to launch their careers as full-time musicians and hopeful recording artists, the band moved to Boston and shared a small apartment at 1325 Commonwealth Avenue, in Brighton in the fall of 1970. Shortly after relocating to Boston, Tyler's dissatisfaction with Tabano's lack of passion and dedication would prompt the band to replace Tabano with Brad Whitford. Although Tyler was never billed as the "leader" of Aerosmith, he co-managed, with drummer Joey Kramer, the assets of the band and directed its activities during this formative period. After spending time on the Boston club circuit under the tutelage of their first manager, Frank Connelly, the band began working with New York managers Steve Leber and David Krebs. Leber describes the band as "the closest thing I've ever seen to the Rolling Stones". In early 1972, the managers arranged the gig at the legendary nightclub Max's Kansas City to showcase the group to record company executives.
  • 1969
    Age 20
    Before Aerosmith, Tyler wrote what would become one of Aerosmith's signature songs, "Dream On". In 1969, Tyler attended a local rock show in Sunapee, New Hampshire where he first saw future bandmates Joe Perry (guitars) and Tom Hamilton (Bass), who at the time were playing in a band called the Jam Band.
    More Details Hide Details Tyler later stated he was struck by their raw power and attitude.
  • 1965
    Age 16
    In 1965, aged 17, Tyler spent time in Greenwich Village, New York, the highlight of which was seeing a Rolling Stones concert.
    More Details Hide Details Tyler states that he and his friends "hung around for a while, buzzing like crazy just because we got to touch them." A photo in the band's autobiography Walk This Way shows Tyler standing behind Mick Jagger outside a hotel.
  • 1948
    Steven Victor Tallarico was born on March 26, 1948 at the Polyclinic Hospital in Manhattan, New York and moved to the Bronx when he was three years old.
    More Details Hide Details The family moved to Yonkers when he was about nine years old. The son of Susan Ray (née Blancha; June 2, 1925 – July 4, 2008), a secretary, and Victor A. Tallarico (May 14, 1916 – September 10, 2011), a classical musician and pianist who taught music at Cardinal Spellman High School in The Bronx. His father was of Italian and German descent, while his mother was of Polish and English ancestry. His maternal grandfather, who was from what is present-day Poland, changed his surname from "Czarnyszewicz" (from the Polish czarny 'black') to "Blancha" (from the French blanche or Catalan/Spanish blanca 'white'). His paternal grandfather, Giovanni Tallarico, was from Cotronei, Calabria, Italy. Steven has one older sister named Lynda. Steven attended Roosevelt High School in Yonkers, New York and the Quintano for Young Professionals School.
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