We all know who Aerosmith is, right? And we all know Steven Tyler? They’ve been contributing in the music industry as a band for almost 45 years now, but still and have remained as one of the top rock group of all time. And now Tyler is set to hit the top chart as he released his first country song single.
After having been the singer and primary songwriter of the band Aerosmith, the man behind the hits “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” and “Dream On” will step a little away from his usual territory as he released his new single “Love Is Your Name,” where he shows how flexible he is when it comes to playing his own music.
The 63-year-old singer released his song’s music video in Good Morning America and as fans expected, it is now starting to get loud as it shows Tyler’s capability to capture the hearts of his listeners in a country-style music genre.
Meanwhile, though the former “American Idol” judge’s song hit the chart and received good reviews, the making of Tyler’s country video was far from easy.
According to his interview in People Magazine, Aerosmith frontman actually burned his eyebrows during the recording. Based on Tyler’s interview, during the chorus of the song, they filmed a big bonfire and it burnt his eyebrows off. “We went through it and the wind blew. The jacket I wore had little fur pieces on it and I could smell the burn on it. It blew the flames right at me!” he added.
In Inquisitr post, Tyler’s country debut video features aspects of those early memories and his life; it includes the cabin where he grew up, the many phases of his life, and his return to his country music roots. The video also showed us the singer’s cherished childhood pet.
On the other hand, Tyler will also help reveal the nominees in 49TH Annual Country Music Association (CMA) Awards on September 9 on ABC’s Good Morning America.
In addition to this, The Tennessean reported that CMA Awards are set for 7 p.m. November 4 at Bridgestone Arena. In order to be eligible for the 2015 CMA Awards, music must be released between the month o July 2014 and June 30. The Balloting just started this week.
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