AEROSMITH's STEVEN TYLER Set For Charity Hockey Game

Launch Radio Networks is reporting that AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler will be on the ice at the FleetCenter in Boston on Sunday (Oct. 3) for a good cause. Tyler will be a coach for an all-star team at actor-comedian Denis Leary's annual Celebrity Hat Trick benefit hockey game, which will also include RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS drummer Chad Smith, actors including Michael J. Fox, Kiefer Sutherland, Gina Gershon, and George Wendt, and hockey stars Cam Neely, Bobby Orr, Mike Eruzione, Bryan Trottier, and Brendan Shanahan, among many others. Tyler also took part in the 2002 event, and he and lead guitarist Joe Perry were involved in the organization's Monte Carlo Night in 2003.

Proceeds from the game go to the Leary Firefighters Foundation, which raises money for firefighters in New York City and central Massachusetts.


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