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Aerosmith's Steven Tyler Turned Down Opportunity To Be In Led Zeppelin
January 20, 2011
Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler has revealed that he turned down the opportunity to join Led Zeppelin.
Tyler turned down the chance to replace Robert Plant as Led Zeppelin's frontman. The singer was asked to audition for the band by Jimmy Page's manager Peter Mench.
"He [Mench] said Robert wouldn't play with them again, and would I want to come over and jam with the guys? I went over and played," Taylor told Howard Stern Radio Show.
He added: "[I said] 'No.' I'm in Aerosmith. He's in the biggest band in the world and I'm in a band like that. I have such an allegiance to my band and I love it so much."
Meanwhile, Steven Tyler has said he wants to start working on a new album but that he can't locate guitarist Joe Perry.
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