Steven Tyler was born Steven Tallarico in New York City, but he and the other members of Aerosmith made their name in Boston as one of the city's biggest and best bands of the '70s. Influenced by Mick Jagger, Tyler helped Aerosmith become of rock's most popular groups. After battles with drugs and alcohol temporarily sidelined the band in the early '80s, by the end of the decade it had another huge album. Tyler and guitarist Joe Perry have often aired their grievances with each other in public, with Tyler's outspoken and flamboyant nature rarely softened. Tyler spent two seasons on 'American Idol' as a judge, and has recently talked about recording his first solo album.
Aerosmith Cancel Summer Vegas Shows as Steven Tyler Enters Rehab
Band scraps its June and July residency dates and will resume in September.
Watch Steven Tyler Join Mick Fleetwood on ‘Rattlesnake Shake’
ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons also joined for the all-star performance, recorded as part of the 2020 'Mick Fleetwood & Friends' concert event.
Why AC/DC Asked Steven Tyler to Induct Them Into Rock Hall
Aerosmith frontman did them a big favor when they were rising stars.
Steven Tyler Reveals ‘Many Years’ of Anger at Aerosmith Bandmates
Frontman resented being sent to rehab in the ‘80s but later became "grateful" for that decision.
Mick Fleetwood, Steven Tyler Set for Peter Green Tribute Concert
David Gilmour, Billy Gibbons and Bill Wyman will also celebrate Green's music.
The Who and Aerosmith Call Off Shows Over Singers’ Voices
Roger Daltrey and Steven Tyler both suffer health issues.
Joe Perry Explains His ‘Writing Paradigm’ With Steven Tyler
Aerosmith bandmates forged their format during year-long apartment share in their early days.
Why Steven Tyler’s Stage Fall Triggered an Aerosmith Meltdown
By the time singer was being flown to a hospital, his bandmates had already reached a breaking point with him.