AEROSMITH Members Contribute Music To ESPY AWARDS Intro Song

July 15, 2003

AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler and guitarist Joe Perry contributed music to a piece that PUBLIC ENEMY's Chuck D wrote for the introduction to the ESPY Awards. The cut, "Let's Get Loud", features music by the AEROSMITH members and rapping by Chuck, Busta Rhymes, MC Lyte and Fife. The ESPYs will air July 16 on ESPN.

In other news, Tyler will perform at the Musicians' Assistance Program's Stevie Ray Vaughan Award ceremony on November 5 at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. Jimmie Vaughan will also be honored by MAP, which provides help for artists struggling with substance abuse problems.

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