No Permanent Vacation for Steven Tyler, Aerosmith
Talk about crazy. Fans who felt jaded over the announcement that Steve Tyler was leaving the band Aerosmith can breathe a collective sigh of relief. The band will apparently come together right now. If you think they're going to get along famously after this latest falling out, dream on. With egos this big, it's not humanly possible. But that doesn't mean that they won't continue to perform as a group and make hard-hitting music together. Aerosmith has been recording together for almost 40 years. However, Tyler has been scarce since falling off a stage in August and breaking his shoulder. Although Tyler performed at Abu Dhabi last week, he had since been M.I.A., although he hinted that he was thinking of going solo in a recent interview. The statement caused rumors to fly. Just days after guitarist Joe Perry indicated that they would replace the elusive Tyler, the big-mouthed bad boy came out singing a different tune. Making a surprise appearance at a performance by Perry's side project The Joe Perry Project, Tyler took the mike and shouted, "I just want New York to know I'm not leaving Aerosmith and Joe Perry, you are a man of many colors, but I, motherf--ker, am a rainbow!" The Toxic Twins then broke into their hit "Walk This Way." Sounds like the Bad Boys from Boston have kissed, made up and will live to play another show.
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