Aerosmith Songs

January 20, 2011 by Post Team 

Aerosmith Songs, Replacement on “American Idol.” It’s funny, it’s unpredictable, he drops F-bombs, and he’ll probably get slapped with a sexual harassment suit before we meet the Top 12, but we love it. (Indeed, if Donald Trump can get away with goose bumps, so can Tyler – Tyler is at least endearing about it.)

In celebration of our new favorite judge – who, incidentally, is still looking pretty good for a 62-years with a rather colorful past – we thought to review some previous Tyler / fun digging up some past Idol performance of Aerosmith’s greatest hits.
First, there is glam-up version of Adam Lambert “Cryin ‘” from Season 8 – with its riffs and screams; he gave Tyler a run for his money. Lambert, who came second after Kris Allen in his season, has received a lot of love to the introduction of the first season 10. Allen, however, was not found. Hmm.
Aerosmith will start recording their next album this weekend, as the lead singer Steven Tyler.

Speaking to reporters at a recent conference call, the singer said he expects to succeed in balancing its commitment to Aerosmith concert with his new American Idol judge.

“We’re already booked for a tour from November to December, which should be in South America and Japan, if what you hear in the press Aerosmith get in the way of American Idol, it is not, “he said.

The 62-year-old added that he and his associates will meet in Los Angeles later this week to begin recording their first album since 2004 from Honkin ‘On Bobo.

“We certainly have been written. I know that s [guitarist] Joe [Perry] got some shots, and I got a bunch of songs I wrote for solo and / or Aerosmith, he said.

Tyler will start a “writing program with the group” working on new songs this Saturday.

Aerosmith have released 14 studio albums since the band began recording in 1973.

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