Aerosmith fans in Russia got a huge treat on Sept. 4 when the band’s enigmatic frontman Steven Tyler performed a rendition of power ballad ‘I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing’ with a Moscow street musician! Watch the video now!
You won’t want to miss a thing! Steven Tyler, 67, proves he’s just about game for anything as he sings Aerosmith’s 1998 hit “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing,” alongside a Moscow street musician in this awesome clip!
Accompanied by the street musician on acoustic guitar, Steven grabbed the mic and sang his heart out, even encouraging his new pal to duet with him. When they were done, Steven turned to the man and gave him a high-five for his efforts. Good job, all round! The rock star then posed for snaps with fans, as a small crowd cheered.
The famous song, which was a huge hit for the rockers and was featured in the movie Armageddon, which starred Bruce Willis, 60, and Steven’s daughter Liv Tyler, 38. Remarkably that song topped the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart for four weeks and remained on the charts for almost 5 months!
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Funnily enough, this isn’t Steven’s first performance alongside a street musician on foreign shores. In 2014, he joined two Lithuania street musicians for a rendition of Aerosmith’s 1993 classic “Crazy,” which was equally as awesome.
Steven Tyler & Aerosmith Play Free Concert In Russia To Celebrate Moscow City Day
Steven was in Moscow with his bandmates to perform a free concert at Lubyanskaya Square on Sept. 5 in celebration of Moscow City Day. They powered through hits including, “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing,” “Love in an Elevator,” “Dream On,” and “Walk This Way.” In fact, their adventures in Russia can be seen on the band’s Instagram page — it looks like they had so much fun!
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— Jon Boon