Steven Tyler Makes Embarrassing Screwup At Huge Show


Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler shared a video of himself singing the National Anthem at Game 1 of the 2004 World Series at Fenway Park in Boston on his Instagram page to celebrate the 4th of July. He wrote, “REMEMBER THIS LITTLE DIDDY? BOOM… HAPPY #4THOFJULY !!!💥💥💥” Steven Tyler just recently shared a shirtless Paul McCartney video where he flips off the camera.

Tyler got the invitation on a late Wednesday night in October 2004 from Red Sox owner John Henry after the team completed their remarkable come-from-behind win over the Yankees. “I’ve been a fan all my life, and to be able to go out and sing the ‘Star Spangled Banner’ for my team and baseball fans around the world is a huge thrill,” said the singer at the time. “It’s been an amazing year for the Sox and I can’t wait to show the world how we do it in Boston.” Tyler had previously performed the national anthem at Red Sox and New England Patriots games and the Indianapolis 500.

A couple of fans pointed out in Instagram comments that Tyler screwed up a line of the song.

givemesparkles commented:

“‘Star spangled banner yet -‘ what now?” commented:

“@givemesparkles REIGNNNNN lol”

mamaderusso_ commented:

“We saved this on our TV and my husband plays it all the time!!! Volume on ten!!!! For no reason at all, just to hear your voice!!!! Happy 4th!!!😘”

aerogypsygirl commented:

“I have a special feeling when I Listen to you singing The Star-Spangled Banner , though I’m not American! 😉 Hope u had the best 4th of July! 💜 KSS from Spain 💋”