Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler rocks out a duet with a street performer

Steven Tyler can rock any stage, including one on the side of the street.

The Aerosmith frontman landed in Moscow for the Russian city’s 868th birthday on Sept. 2. And a couple of days later, he came across a street performer on Moscow’s popular Arbat promenade when he decided to make his night, RT reports.

Tyler stood up to the mic with the guitar-playing performer and sang along to “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing.” The surprise performance was captured by a number of cheering bystanders.

He seems to be enjoying the city—Aerosmith also posted a playful photo of Tyler in Moscow to the band’s Facebook page. One thing’s for sure: The bedazzled and blue jean-clad 67-year-old rockstar has still got it, even when he’s not filling up stadiums.

H/T RT.com | Photo via mrmoorey/Flickr (CC BY ND 2.0)

Selena Larson

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