On the prominent Steven Tyler and Aerosmith message board Aeroforce, one user by the name of Tomass revealed quite the revelation as Tyler made A-lister Robin Antin a temporary member of the group for just one night. The user posted: “Robin Antin, founder, and manager of The Pussycat Dolls was brought on stage by Steven and she tagged Larry Rudolph, Aerosmith’s manager. Oh my God – I’d love a collaboration between the 2 groups, it could be massive and an iconic crossover project with great harmonies, raspy rock vocals and hot chicks dancing to Joe Perry’s riffs! I’m ready.” Aerosmith drummer ‘angry’ Steven Tyler phone calls leaks.
In other news regarding Steven Tyler and Aerosmith fans recently took to social media to reflect upon one of Aerosmith’s most powerful albums – ‘Toys in the Attic’. One fan wrote: ” Ah, the glory days of Aerosmith. I was 12 years young when I first bought this album and it was the very first Aerosmith album I ever owned! Wore out the grooves! This was Aerosmith’s third album and a breakthrough one as well for the group, thanks in part to “Walk This Way” and “Sweet Emotion.” Their first four albums (Aerosmith, Get Your Wings, TITA and Rocks) were able to combine great melodies with a hard edge! (Brad Whitford, after all, was a Berklee College Of Music graduate!) I very often find myself humming these songs long after I listen to them.” Steven Tyler ‘kicks out’ Aerosmith icon at bad show.
Aerosmith family rips Steven Tyler for ‘lying’ to fans. The fan continued: “From the accelerating title track to the album’s sorrowful closer, “You See Me Crying” (the first time the group ever included strings!), this album is good to the last drop. The first time I ever saw the movie, Dazed and Confused, when it begins with “Sweet Emotion” during the opening credits, I knew I was gonna love that movie…and I did! Perfectly captures that era well with the use of that song…and it ends with the main characters on their way to buy Aerosmith tickets! This is an album that still excites me to this day.”