AEROSMITH Frontman Sings National Anthem At BRUINS Home Opener; Video Available

AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler sang the national anthem earlier tonight (Thursday, October 21) at the Bruins domestic home opener against the Washington Capitals at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. Video footage of his rendition can now be viewed below.

Tyler's May 27, 2001 version of "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the 85th Indianapolis 500 — where he came under criticism after he replaced "home of the brave'" with "home of the Indianapolis 500" — recently made Billboard magazine's "10 worst national anthem performances ever."

Tyler immediately apologized and reaffirmed his patriotism after the incident.

Video footage of the performance can be viewed below.

Billboard magazine's "10 worst national anthem performances ever":

01. Kat DeLuna, 2008
02. Roseanne Barr, 1990
03. Michael Bolton, 2003
04. Scott Stapp, 2005
05. Aaron Neville, Aretha Franklin and Dr. John, 2006
06. Jesse McCartney, 2009
07. Steven Tyler, 2001
08. R. Kelly, 2005
09. Keri Hilson, 2010
10. Josh Groban and Flea, 2010

The entire article, including clips of all the above-listed performances, can be found at Billboard.com.

Tyler singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" on October 21, 2010:

Tyler singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" on May 27, 2001:

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