Aerosmith have moved the release date for "Music From Another Dimension," their first album in 11 years, back from August 28th to November 6th, frontman Steven Tyler revealed during a call to Cleveland radio station 100.7 WMMS.
The Steven Tyler-model of career planning is starting to look like the norm in the business world: frequent changes of venue, constant reinvention, and, hopefully, a loyal fan base that sticks with you through it all.
Steven Tyler is in promotion mode, but it's difficult to tell if the Aerosmith singer is promoting "American Idol," where he and Jennifer Lopez are to be the new Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul, or if he is using television's highest-rated show over the last nine seasons running to promote himself.
Lee DeWyze may be the reigning "American Idol" champ, but he's also just a regular guy. In fact, his new single, "Sweet Serendipity," opens with the line, "I ain't got no car, and I've got one pair of jeans."
Steven Tyler was airlifted to a hospital early Thursday after falling from the stage during a concert at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in western South Dakota, according to the Rapid City Journal newspaper.
From "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" to "Can't Fight the Moonlight" and the Grammy-Award-winning "Because You Loved Me," Diane Warren's songs have been recorded by platinum artists, sold millions of copies worldwide and appeared in blockbusters like "Coyote Ugly," "Armageddon," "Pearl Harbor" and "Licence to Kill." CNN spoke to her about her inspiration, her memories and songwriting for the movies.
Arctic Monkeys have already been lumped in with all those post-punk spitfire bands from across the ocean, including their very own U.K. labelmates Franz Ferdinand. Yet there's a revealing moment on the Monkeys' "Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not" that trashes any comparisons.