Rockstar Steven Tyler, the frontman of Aerosmith who is best known for "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing," "Walk This Way," "Crazy," "Sweet Emotion," "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)" and more, turns 75 on Sunday. Here's a look back at his career through the years.
Left to right, Joey Kramer, Joe Perry, Steven Tyler, Brad Whitford and Tom Hamilton of Aerosmith, are inducted into Hollywood's Rock Walk on March 6, 1990. In 1991, Tyler said of the group's longevity, "I don't take things too seriously. I take the music seriously and the albums seriously, but everything else I let roll off me a little bit. You have to." Photo by UPI
Tyler sings the national anthem before the start of a New England Patriots home opener in Foxboro September 19, at Foxboro Stadiun in Foxboro, Mass., on September 19, 1999. Photo by Lee K. Marriner/UPI