Legendary radio personality Howard Stern recently turned 60, but he's not done celebrating yet. He's planning to mark his birthday with an all-star rock 'n' roll party on Jan. 31.
We all know that Aerosmith's Steven Tyler loves the camera, and his stint on 'American Idol' gave us a close-up look at his outrageous personality on full display. But long before he started coming up with humorous and interesting critiques, Tyler was perhaps a little less choosy in how he made it onto television. For instance, check out his 2002 appearance on the Hilary Duff Disney Channel series 'Lizzie McGuire.'
Steven Tyler has often shown a willingness to work with other musicians, from Aerosmith's groundbreaking remake of 'Walk This Way' with Run-D.M.C. to 'Can't Stop Lovin' You,' last year's duet with country star Carrie Underwood. Now, it's been revealed that he has recorded a song with Psy for the Korean pop star's upcoming album.
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.