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Biographic - Sunday March 31, 2019 Comic Strip Licensing and Permissions

Biographic - Sunday March 31, 2019 Comic Strip
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Steven Tyler was born Steven Tallarico in Manhattan, New York on March 26, 1948. Initially a drummer he formed his first group whne he was 16 and went on to play in a number of local bands. By the time he moved to Boston to team up with Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer, and Ray Tabano to form Aerosmith in 1970. He has switched to lead vocals. Tobano was replaced by Brad Whitford and the band signed to Columbia in 1972. BY the LAte 1970s thanks to albums such as "toys in the attic", Aerosmith was one of the world's most popular hard rock groups. But the pressures of success and the excesses of the lifestyle took a heavy toll. By 1980, Perry and Whitford had departed and Tyler was seriously injured in a motorcycle crash, the lineup was restored in 1984 and with the new label, Aerosmith began to enjoy a new lease on life. In 1986, Tyler and Perry appeared on RUN DMCS cover of "Walk this way" The track introduced Aerosmith to a new generation of fans, The hit single "Dude (Looks like a lady) was followed by such smashes as "Love in an elevator" Janies got a gun" Crying" and "Crazy" Culminating in the 1998 worldwide chart-topper "I don't want to miss a thing" from the soundtrack of the hit Sci - fi Movie "Armageddon". Inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 2001, Aerosmith has now sold more than 150 million albums worldwide, Steven has continued to embark on numerous side projects, including working artists with a wide range of artists authoring a best selling book and a stint appearing as a resident judge on TV's "American Idol" His solo work has included the hit singles " (IT) Feels so good" and Love is your name" and his 2016 country-rock album "We're all somebody from somewhere" April sees Aerosmith begin a marathon Las Vegas residency that will tie the band to "sin city: Until the end of 2019.