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Jan
26

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Steven Tyler ‘Red, White, and You’ – Single Review

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As most of you know, Steven Tyler is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, best known as the lead singer of the legendary rock band Aerosmith. He has been dubbed the “Demon of Screamin’” due to his high screams and wide vocal range. Tyler announced that he was working on his first solo country record on March 31, 2015, and in April, it was announced that he had signed a record deal with Dot Records. Tyler released his lead single, “Love Is Your Name” on May 13, 2015, from his upcoming debut album, Red, White, and You, due out this year.

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Jan
22

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Steven Tyler Announces New Single ‘Red, White & You’

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Aerosmith frontman – and globally-renowned rock icon – Steven Tyler has today announced the details of his forthcoming solo single ‘Red, White & You’, which is available at all digital partners and streaming services from today. Tyler is currently working on his highly-anticipated debut solo album with Big Machine Label Group.

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Sep
25

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Steven Tyler Joins The Cadillac Three For Hometown Show

Pictured (L-R): Steven Tyler and Jaren Johnston share vocals on “Sweet Emotion” Photo Credit: Jessica Wardwell

Pictured (L-R): Steven Tyler and Jaren Johnston share vocals on “Sweet Emotion”
Photo Credit: Jessica Wardwell

Nashville natives THE CADILLAC THREE rallied Saturday night at The Cannery Ballroom for an epic hometown show, which sold out in less than one week. During the raging headline concert, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler joined the trio on stage for “Sweet Emotion.” The iconic songwriter and prolific singer, who was introduced as the reason TC3 wanted to be musicians, proved the admiration was mutual when he revealed a shirt announcing he was the newest member of The Cadillac 4Watch the video a fan posted below.

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May
29

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Steven Tyler ‘Love Is Your Name’ – Single Review


Steven Tyler is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, best known as the lead singer of the legendary rock band Aerosmith. Tyler has been dubbed the “Demon of Screamin’” due to his high screams and wide vocal range. On March 31, 2015, Tyler announced that he was working on his first solo country album, and on April 6th it was announced that he had signed a record deal with Dot Records. Tyler has recently released (on May 13th) his lead single, “Love Is Your Name”, from his forthcoming debut country album.
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