AEROSMITH Frontman On FANTASY CAMP: 'I'm Expecting Just A Whole Lot Of Fun'
Gary Graff of Billboard.com reports: Recovered from a recent bout of pneumonia, AEROSMITH's Steven Tyler is ready to infect the upcoming Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp in Los Angeles with some wisdom gleaned from nearly 40 years of recording and touring.
"I've not done anything like this before. I'm expecting just a whole lot of fun," Tyler tells Billboard.com. He's not planning much in the way of formal lesson plans, either.
"I think they'll find it very interesting when I tell them that it's not really necessarily about practicing and hitting all your notes," explains Tyler, whose father, Vic Tallarico, studied at the Julliard School in New York. "I don't think it's about that at all. I think it's all about finding a passion, a way of singing something in a way that nobody has ever done it before. It's about a feeling and getting that across to people. That's what I'll be trying to tell them."
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