STEVEN TYLER Talks 'Songwriters Hall Of Fame' Induction On New York City's Q104.3 (Video)
AEROSMITH singer Steven Tyler was interviewed yesterday morning (Thursday, June 13) by Jim Kerr on the WAXQ-FM / Q104.3 radio station in New York City. The 20-minute chat can now be viewed below.
Tyler and AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry became two of the latest inductees of the Songwriters Hall Of Fame at the organization's 44th annual induction and awards dinner. The star-studded induction event took place yesterday at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City.
The Pulse Of Radio asked Steven Tyler how a band like AEROSMITH — which has lasted 40 years in the spotlight — can hope to revitalize itself every time out. "Maybe in the new songs," he said. "In writing new songs, you always come up with a new you. I think you should. You can always do another 'Dude Looks Like A Lady', another 'Dream On' — we always tap into something new."
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