Steven Tyler Sings I Don't Want To Miss A Thing With Busker In Moscow

Posted: Sep 7 2015, 9:15am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 7 2015, 6:41pm CDT, in Latest Celebrity News


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Steven Tyler Sings I Don't Want to Miss a Thing with Busker in Moscow
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  • Steven Tyler brings the house down in Russia with his amazing gift of rock.

Steven Tyler performs on the streets, in concert and with the people on Moscow City Day and rocks the Russian soil with his amazing voice.

Steven Tyler is a legend, it is safe to say. He has been singing in the American rock band Aerosmith for the longest time. His unique voice is equally matched with his amazing style. The rocker recently landed in Moscow.

His Twitter post recorded his trip to the Kacca room. He made it seem like he had done something bad with his post which said: "Landed in Moscow...When I'm good...I'm very good...but when I’m bad I’m even better...But get sent to the Kacca room."

He is posing with his fingers between his teeth and looking troubled for the photo. The attendant in the background is laughing.

That wasn’t all the laughs Steven was willing to end at. He later on joined a street performer. Accompanied by the busker on an acoustic guitar, the two sang the band's 1998 power ballad, "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing."

The track was featured in Armageddon. Liv Tyler, Steven’s daughter played the main role in the movie. Many people caught the whole thing on camera. A small group people gathered around them and started to cheer. Once finished, Tyler gave the performer a high five. They then posed for pictures.

It seems like Tyler’s Mission to Moscow was to perform a free concert at Lubyanskaya Square on Saturday to celebrate Moscow City Day. He rocked the stage in a black and fuchsia outfit.

The band performed their hit anthems including; "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" as well as hits such as "Love in an Elevator," Dream On," "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)," "Cryin'" and "Walk This Way."

The members of the bands posted several pictures of their trip and their performances on their social media accounts. That made it easier for fans all around the world to cheer them on as they performed an amazing and electrifying concert.

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