AEROSMITH's STEVEN TYLER Performs At KURT BUSCH's Post-Wedding Party

AEROSMITH's STEVEN TYLER Performs At KURT BUSCH's Post-Wedding Party

AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler performed at the post-wedding party of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup driver Kurt Busch and his new bride, polo player and model Ashley Van Metre.

At Bristol Motor Speedway last April, Busch chose AEROSMITH's "Walk This Way" as his song for driver introductions.

A member of the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and noted car enthusiast, Tyler and his band played a pre-race concert at Bristol in 2015 as part of the Irwin Tools Night Race.

The 68-year-old rocker recently joined forces with a team of celebrities to donate one of his cars to the annual Barret-Jackson classic car auction.

All proceeds made from the sale of the AEROSMITH frontman's car will be donated to Janie's Fund, the charity set up by Steven in partnership with non-profit organization Youth Villages.


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