AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler is expected to address rumors that he will join singer/actress Jennifer Lopez and remaining "American Idol" judge Randy Jackson for this season's panel during an appearance Monday morning (August 2) on "Kidd Kraddick In The Morning".
Hosted by Kidd Kraddick, "Kidd Kraddick In The Morning" is a nationally syndicated syndicated radio morning show, airing 5 a.m.-10 a.m. CST, and primarily serving CHR/Top 40 formatted stations. Based in Irving, Texas, the show has 51 affiliates, including flagship station KHKS in Dallas, Texas.
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According to TMZ.com, AEROSMITH is currently in the middle of a nationwide tour aptly named "Cocked, Locked, Ready to Rock!" — and the tour is scheduled to roll through the end of September, long after production begins on "Idol".
A rep for the band wouldn't confirm to TMZ.com that Tyler is locked up for "Idol", but she did tell the web site that no matter what, "the AEROSMITH tour will continue on for its full scheduled run with Steven Tyler."
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