Steven Tyler

Steven Tyler

American musician, television personality
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  • The 63-year-old singer, said that despite having many flings with women during the height of his band's fame, he embarked on a relationship with a man, reported Contactmusic. In his new memoir, 'Does The Noise In My Head Bother You?', Tyler reveals, "Gay affair just doesn't do it for me. I tried it one time when I was younger, but I just didn't dig it."
  • He Likes To Watch Star Trek
  • He got a tattoo of Ma Kin With Flames On Left Arm
  • His previous bands are: Strangeurs, The Left Banke, William Proud, Chain Reaction.
  • Sings background vocals on "Sticky Sweet" and intro to "Slice of Your Pie" on the Dr. Feelgood album by Mötley Crüe.
  • Steven and his daughter Liv appear in the credits of Bebe Buell's first album.
  • Ex-father-in-law of Dave Buckner.
  • Daughter Mia Tyler's mother is Cyrinda Foxe.
  • Daughter Liv Tyler's mother is former Ford Model and Playboy Playmate Bebe Buell, but up until Liv Tyler was 8 years old, she thought Todd Rundgren was her father.
  • Nicknamed the Demon Of Screamin
  • Spouse: Teresa Barrick (28 May 1988 - January 2006) (divorced) 2 children Cyrinda Foxe (1 September 1978 - November 1987) (divorced) 1 child
  • Ranked #21 on VH1's 100 Sexiest Artists.
  • Lives in Los Angeles.
  • Wrote the majority of "Sweet Emotion" about Joe Perry's first wive, Elyssa Jerret. The two of them rarely got along and this added to a lot of trouble with in the band.
  • Cousin of Tommy Tallarico.
  • Aerosmith were voted the 57th Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Artists of all time by Rolling Stone.
  • The title of Aerosmith's popular song "Walk This Way" was inspired by a line from the Mel Brooks comedy Young Frankenstein (1974).
  • Daughter, Liv Tyler, gave birth to his grandson, Milo William Langdon, on December 14, 2004.
  • Sang "The Star Spangled Banner" at the opening game of the 2004 World Series.
  • As a teenager, he worked in a bakery to make extra money.
  • In 1981, he split open his heel when his motorcycle crashed into a tree
  • Father-in-law of Royston Langdon.
  • March 2001: Inducted with Aerosmith into the Rock-N-Roll Hall of Fame. (Inducted by Kid Rock)
  • Received honorary degree from Berklee College Of Music, Boston, June 2003.
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