Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler‘s girlfriend Aimee Ann Preston took to social media via Instagram to highlight a recent modeling photoshoot picture that they did together for Haute Living. Here you can see Preston under the covers, feet up in the air as Tyler majestically sits, smoking a cigar. You can view the photo below. Steven Tyler ‘looks like a woman’ in this sad new photo.
In other news regarding Steven Tyler and Aerosmith fans recently took to social media to discuss the impactful legacy of one of Aerosmith’s most classic albums – ‘Pump’. One fan noted: ” This album is a must for any Aerosmith fan of any of the bands storied decades. With that said i’m a fan of “The 70’s Aerosmith” and had a hard time with the edge that the band left behind with the return album Permanent Vacation. So for me to say that this record is a must is coming from the heart of a metal/blues musical taste and if this is your taste also, and you are somehow just now getting into Aerosmith? Lol! then just click buy, and then check out Just Push Play!”
Steven Tyler ‘refuses’ Aerosmith tour, is he quitting? While another said: “This is one of Aerosmith’s finest offerings. It’s predecessor, Permanent Vacation, was a solid album and full of fun, but Pump is a punch in the nuts. Great Aerosmith grooves yet a slightly darker offering than Permanent Vacation. “Love in an Elevator,” “Janie’s Got a Gun,” Monkey on My Back,” and “Voodoo (Medicine Man)” are real standouts. This is a fan must-have.”
Steven Tyler’s daughter reveals backside in this robe photo. Whereas this fan put: “This was their last great album of the 1980s, but that doesn’t mean it was their last great album ever. I was already familiar with some of the songs on this album, but the rest of the songs were entirely new to me when I listened to it all the way through. “Don’t Get Mad, Get Even” is a nice little tune that suggests what you should do if someone ticks you off, and “What It Takes” is a real blues-infused love gone wrong song if ever there was one. I highly doubt there are any bad reviews for this album, but if there are any, don’t listen to them. This is a must-have for any Aerosmith fan, new or old.”