AEROSMITH Joined By CHEAP TRICK Singer Onstage For BEATLES Classic

Launch Radio Networks reports: AEROSMITH gave the fans in Tampa, Florida, last week a special treat when they brought CHEAP TRICK's Robin Zander onstage. Zander joined AEROSMITH on a cover version of THE BEATLES classic "Come Together", and he traded vocals with both Steven Tyler and Joe Perry. Thanks to modern technology, a fan was able to capture the performance, and the video is now online. To check it out, just go to and search for "Zander."

AEROSMITH first recorded "Come Together" in 1978 for the film "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", in which they played the FUTURE VILLAIN BAND. The song also came out that year on AEROSMITH's "Live Bootleg" album.

AEROSMITH and CHEAP TRICK are old friends, and they did a joint tour in 2004.

The next stop for AEROSMITH is Wednesday night (January 25) at the SBC Center in San Antonio. They're expected to announce more shows very soon.

Zander turned 53 years old Monday.


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