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Kicking off the weekend with a bang, Aerosmith took over the stage at the “Today” show in New York City this morning (November 2).
Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Brad Whitford, Joey Cramer, and Tom Hamilton all converged on Rockefeller Center to treat their fans to some ear-shattering goodness.
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In light of recent break-up rumors, Steven Tyler was spotted arriving at the “Late Show with David Letterman” in New York City on Thursday (November 1).
The Aerosmith frontman rocked a pair of flared jeans with a violet top and sweater as he greeted fans waiting outside the Ed Sullivan Theater.
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There’s trouble in paradise for Steven Tyler and his fiancé Erin Brady.
According to reports, the couple called off their engagement of nearly one year because of the 34-year-old performer’s dedication to sobriety and his upcoming tour with Aerosmith.
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They've got a new disc due out November 6th, and Aerosmith was among a star-studded lineup of performers on the 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival's second night in Las Vegas on Saturday (September 22).
After two more judges have left the "American Idol" team, the only remaining original judge Randy Jackson recently spoke about his feelings towards his former co-stars.
Joining Jennifer Lopez as a departing cast member, Steven Tyler will be at the "American Idol" judges' table no more.
"After some long ... hard ... thoughts … I've decided it's time for me to let go of my mistress American Idol before she boils my rabbit," the 64-year-old told in a press release made public on Thursday (July 12).
It’s one of the biggest events in American Pop Music, and the iHeartRadio Music Festival will return to Sin City this September.
According to a report, the lineup of artists is nothing short of astounding, with acts from several different genres making it onto the bill.
They haven’t put out a music video in eight years, and now Aerosmith has just dropped the new treatment for their single “Legendary Child.”
The clip begins with an announcer detailing the four decades of the band’s accomplishments, setbacks, and everything else they’ve dealt with during their career.