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Steven Tyler 'not quitting Aerosmith'
The ongoing Aerosmith split saga took another turn this week when frontman Steven Tyler joined electric guitar player Joe Perry on stage.
Perry was performing a solo gig in New York when his bandmate of 40 years made a surprise appearance.
He performed Aerosmith's 1975 hit single Walk This Way and told the audience that he is not planning to leave the group.
Speculation regarding the future of the band mounted when Perry told the Las Vegas Sun recently that Tyler had quit.
He even went as far as writing on his Twitter page that Aerosmith would be carrying on with a new singer.
The band was founded by Tyler and Perry in 1969 and went on to notch up hits such as Sweet Emotion, Dream On and Love in an Elevator.
Aerosmith also opened themselves up to a new audience in the 1980s by collaborating with Run DMC on a new version of Walk This Way, a song that was later covered by Girls Aloud and the Sugababes.Posted on 12 Nov 2009 14:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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