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The Aerosmith frontman sounds like a natural fit on his first solo country album. Written alongside a crew of Music City songsmiths, We’re All Somebody from Somewhere is a convincing ride through Nashvillian pop fireworks (“Red, White & You”), radiant power ballads (“Love Is Your Name”), swampy blues rock (“Hold On (Won’t Let Go)”), and more—including a rustic recasting of 1989’s “Janie’s Got a Gun.”

Customer Reviews

Solid song writing and arrangments country or not

You can be mad he went" country" but his song writing and musical arragments on this album are great.

This is a Weak album

The only song I like off this album is We're All Somebody From Somewhere which was an awesome song, but I was blown away by how odd it sounds. Steven, can you please just go back to rock?? I would really appreciate it if you made a GOOD album but with Aerosmith cause Music From Another Dimension was a masterpiece.

Wrong genre

Love Steven Tyler!! It sounds like a great album. To classify it as country is a misrepresentation. Maybe it sounds a bit more country when performed live. Love his voice though 🤗

Biography

Born: March 26, 1948 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Many would agree that one of rock's all-time charismatic and entertaining frontman would have to be Aerosmith's Steven Tyler. Born Steven Victor Tallarico on March 26, 1948 (just outside New York City in Yonkers), he began playing drums at an early age, but eventually switched to vocals after discovering the Beatles, as well as the tougher blues rock of the Rolling Stones and the Yardbirds. After moving to Boston in the late '60s, Tallarico hooked up with two members of an up-and-coming outfit called...
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