It's a hard life out there for the paparazzi. Not only do they have to lug around those cameras while chasing celebrities all the time, they have to think up new questions to ask -- which is probably how TMZ ended up asking Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler about his favorite kind of pie.
Fans at Tootsie's in Nashville got a shock last weekend when Steven Tyler emerged from the crowd to join Keith Urban on stage. The country superstar was playing the honky tonk as part of a promotional tour for his new 'Fuse' album when he summoned the Aerosmith singer with the riff from 'La Grange' by ZZ Top.
'The Dr. Oz Show' may not usually be appointment viewing for many Aerosmith fans, but they'll want to make sure they don't miss the Sept. 10 episode of the syndicated series, which features an appearance from singer Steven Tyler.
Steven Tyler says he's finally ready to work on that solo album he planned to do a while back before Aerosmith got back in the saddle for a new record and tour. The singer recently told Rolling Stone that he's "itching" to do a solo project.
Aerosmith once pointed out that falling in love is hard on the knees. But for one unlucky construction worker, a job at frontman Steven Tyler's home recently turned out to be hard on a whole bunch of different body parts.
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