STEVEN TYLER Bares It All At Hard Rock
Legendary AEROSMITH singer Steven Tyler was honored on Friday (April 27) by the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas with a dedication ceremony for a truly unique display case unlike any other one there. Handpicked by Tyler, the multi-media display encompasses an incredible collection of the AEROSMITH singer's stage clothes including the suit he wore at Madison Square Garden in New York during AEROSMITH's world tour in 2005, which can be seen on a TV screen in the display case right next to the suit. There's also Tyler's personal concert memorabilia including his handwritten notes on a set list, a signature series Steven Tyler Hohner harmonica and the stage shoes the demon of screamin' walked this way in. There's also some unmentionable accoutrements thrown up onstage by devoted fans who obviously left the show wearing a little less than they wore on the way in.
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and Suzanne Phillips of Suzanne Special Events presented the case dedication along with Giuliana Mayo and Tod Waters of Junker Designs, personal designers to Tyler.
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