Steven Tyler Makes Young Woman Cry In Photo


Steven Tyler, legendary Aerosmith frontman made his daughter cry recently without having to do much of anything. The incomparable Tyler daughter, Mia Tyler took to social media to share this baby picture of herself with her daddy and that made her simply cry tears of happiness! Aerosmith reveal why Steven Tyler ‘replaced’ bandmate.

Mia wrote on Instagram: “Just found this in my phone & it made me all teary eyed. I was probably around Ax’s age. My smile made my heart happy so I thought I might pass it on to anyone who needs it.” You can view the photo below. In other news regarding Mia’s father Steven Tyler, fans on the Aerosmith fan forum, known as Aeroforce discussed a key date in Aerosmith history.

Steven Tyler ‘bends over’ for surprising young man in photo. As forum member Aerocooper explains, “This particular day and show was the day Aerosmith performed their historic Aerosmith ROCKS show. In front of an estimated 35,000 Boston fans, the group treated the city with a free concert outside 1325 Commonwealth Ave, site of the band’s original apartment where they lived from 1970-1972.”

The user continued: “The day began with the designation of 1325 Commmonwealth Avenue as a historic landmark, with a special commemorative plaque placed outside on the building. This honor was bestowed on the band by Boston Mayor Tom Menino and the city of Boston. To top it off, AEROSMITH will further leave their mark as their handprints are being placed in the sidewalk in front of the building. The significance of the event was underlined by the attendance of the New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft and President Jonathan Kraft, Patriots Tom Brady and Jerod Mayo, along with an array of Patriots cheerleaders who warmed up the crowd on a brisk fall day.”

Steven Tyler reveals huge ‘size’ to women in photo. LiveBootLeg responded by saying: “What a great day that was. Just a great vibe. Sounded awesome. Seeing the kids living in surrounding apartments hanging out the windows getting into it. And free. One of my best memories of Aerosmith. For some strange reason, my job just happened to take me to 1325 Comm ave.”