The lead vocalist of the prominent American rock band Aerosmith primarily known for his on-stage acrobatics, raspy voice, ‘high screams, and wide vocal range’.
March 26, 1948
New York City, New York, United States
Steven Tyler is one of the most influential rock icons in the history of music. He became an important force when he became the lead vocalist of the rock band, Aerosmith. They are known for their signature songs ‘Dream On’ (1973), ‘Sweet Emotion’ (1975), and ‘Kings and Queens’ (1978).
Born Steven Victor Tallarico, his Ukrainian maternal grandfather altered his Polish surname Czarnyszewicz, which means white, to the French name, Blancha, that translates to white. Tyler also goes by the nicknames Toxic Twins and Demon of Screamin.