AEROSMITH Frontman Helps Raise Money For Charity

Kay Lazar of BostonHerald.com is reporting that a hearty plug from AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler will likely help a nonprofit based in his hometown of Marshfield reap big bucks from an annual charity benefit hosted by a restaurant Tyler co-owns.

The 26-year-old nonprofit broadcasts 24 hours a day with volunteers reading newspapers, magazines, job listings, supermarket sales and more to some 20,000 visually impaired listeners across Massachusetts who are provided special closed-circuit radios to receive the programming.

Tyler heard about TIC from his optometrist, who is a board member. Then the rocker called his partner, Jayne Bowe, at their Norwell restaurant, Mount Blue, and put in a good word. Read more.

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