On Wednesday night’s ‘American Idol,’ the contestants did songs from the years they were born, which ranged from 1983 to 1995 — proving even fetuses can sing. Hell, Steven Tyler probably has nail polish older than these kids.
With Aerosmith now in its fourth decade of existence, Steven Tyler has been in our public consciousness for so long that sometimes it’s hard to remember what the rubber-faced singer and ‘American Idol‘ judge used to look like. Let’s jog our memories a bit, shall we?
Now that Aerosmith have finally gotten down to the business the music do the talking on their long awaited new album, it’s sounding more and more like it has the legs to be a future classic. Additionally, it’s possible that ‘Smith vocalist Steven Tyler might draw on a surprising collaborator for some lyrical assistance.
What is it with reality talent competition judges botching the national anthem? ‘The Voice‘ coach Christina Aguilera bungled the song at the Super Bowl last February, and now, Aerosmith frontman and ‘American Idol‘ judge Steven Tyler is being crucified for his poor version of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner,’ which he sang this afternoon (Jan. 22) before the AFC championship game between the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens. The Pats actually won the game, so Tyler’s inept version wasn’t a curse or bad luck.
Some of the most successful celebrities are also some very odd looking individuals. We've put together a list of some of some celebrities who we think are among the strangest looking. Vote for who you think is the strangest or leave a comment if we missed one on our list.
Steven Tyler has purchased a two-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home on Hawaii’s Maui island for $4.8 million — and believe it or not, he got quite a deal on it. The 3,000-square-foot pad was listed for $6.5 million.
What’s the way to a rocker’s heart? By showing a little bit of your wild and kinky side! That’s exactly how it was with Aerosmith‘s frontman and ‘American Idol‘ judge Steven Tyler and his new bride-to-be, Erin Brady.
Scientists working at Boston’s Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with the funding help of hometown hero and Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler, are working on a special, almost magical gel that replicates the activity of a human vocal cord. It will be able to help the damaged voices of singers and, more importantly, cancer patients! The Who vocalist Roger Daltrey is also partly funding the endeavor.
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