Steven Tyler (born Stephen Victor Tallarico on March 26, 1948 in Yonkers, New York) is the lead singer of the rock band Aerosmith and the father of actress Liv Tyler.
As a teenager, Tyler began playing the drums and harmonica. Before founding Aerosmith with Joe Perry in the early 1970s, he was a drummer in five different bands. Steven Tyler and Joe Perry were soon dubbed "Toxic Twins" because of their excessive drug use.
He is also known for his big grin and for hanging scarves on his microphone stand during his performances. In the early days of Aerosmith, he also had a bottle of Jack Daniel’s with him on stage - a habit that he has since given up.
In 2003 he sang one of their songs (You Shook Me All Night Long) in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with AC / DC. In 2004 he sang the US national anthem at the opening game of the World Series, and in 2005 the single Just Feel Better on Carlos Santana's album All That I Am. After a long break he was back on tour with the band Aerosmith in 2007. On November 10, 2009, it was announced that Tyler would be leaving the band. However, Tyler denied this the following day at a Joe Perry concert.
In 2008, Rolling Stone listed Tyler 99th of the 100 best singers of all time.
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