Steven Tyler Preaches Unity On 'We're All Somebody From Somewhere'
Steven Tyler aims to embrace everything on his new single: red wine and whiskey, big and little, left and middle, black and white. He singles out cornbread for special praise.
"We're All Somebody From Somewhere" serves as the title track on Tyler's forthcoming album. The famous Aerosmith singer co-wrote the tune with Jaren Johnston, whose other credits include Jake Owen's "Beachin,'" Billy Currington's "Don't It," and Tim McGraw's "Meanwhile Back At Mama's." "We're All Somebody" is cheerfully noisy: handclaps, horns, thumping kick drums.
Listen below. Tyler's album hits shelves July 15.