Steven Tyler ‘Bends Over’ For Surprising Young Man In Photo


Aerosmith cameraman, Justin McConney got an up-close and personal view of Steven Tyler’s ‘rocks’ during a recent concert performance at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield, Massachusetts. While Tyler was belting out one of his classic hits, he was kneeling right on the poor cameraman and putting him in quite the compromising and uncomfortable position, You can view the photo below. Steven Tyler reveals huge ‘size’ to women in photo.

In other news regarding Steven Tyler and Aerosmith fans recently took to social media to reflect upon the aforementioned album – ‘Rocks’.

One fan proclaimed: “Rocks is unquestionably Aerosmith’s masterpiece, one of the great hard rock records of all time, and an album they will probably never better as a band. It is one of a handful of albums that provided the soundtrack to my adolescence in the late 70’s. Picture the Stones with the amps cranked up to 11 and Jagger’s wit on sexual overload, and you will have an idea of what this album sounds like. I remember at the time that the critics were stumbling over themselves when this album came out, calling Aerosmith ‘the new Led Zep’. Personally, I never understood the comparison — Led Zep, as great as they were, were never this sly or cocksure.”

The fan continued: “Steven Tyler’s wit as a lyricist and confidence as a singer is at an all-time high here, with lines all over the place about ‘J. Paul Getty’s ear..’, giving the ladies ‘a lick and a promise..’, ‘..wearing Gucci and Yves St. Laurent..’, and closing with his all-time best power ballad, “Home Tonight”. And since the band was self-admittedly a bunch of coke addicts when they made this record, albums like Aerosmith’s Rocks and the Stones’ Exile on Main Street do beg the question: unfortunate as it seems, do bands really make their best, most creative music when they are under the influence of substances?” Steven Tyler terrible haircut photo revealed, is he gray?

The fan concluded: “Regardless, Aerosmith’s Rocks is a towering, kick-ass statement. It’s the kind of album that, once you slip it into your CD changer, you’ll have to listen to it three, four, five times in a row. It’s really that good. Aerosmith has made many more fine albums since this one, but not one that matches Rocks’ raunchy, bluesy, double-entendred inspiration level.” Steven Tyler daughter ‘painful’ David Bowie secret revealed.