AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler will preview songs from his debut solo album, the country-tinged "We're All Somebody From Somewhere", when he performs Friday morning, June 24 in New York City as part of the "Today" show's concert series.
Viewing is on a first-come, first-served basis on The Today Plaza, located at 48th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues. To get the best spot, fans should try to arrive by 5 a.m. The show is outdoors on Rockefeller Plaza and will go on rain or shine. Please dress casual and weather appropriate.
Tyler's appearance comes just a week before he kicks off his summer tour, which begins July 2 and will run through September.
"We're All Somebody From Somewhere" will arive on July 15 via Big Machine Label Group's Dot Records.
The AEROSMITH frontman appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and spoke about the album, explaining: "I headed down to Nashville last spring to start working on this project, wrote some kick-ass songs with some of Music City's finest songwriters and now we get to share them with the world on July 15th."
He added: "Country music is the new rock 'n' roll. It's not just about porches, dogs and kicking your boots up. It's a whole lot more. It's about being real."
Tyler's latest single, and the album's title track, will be released on June 24. Tyler co-produced "We're All Somebody From Somewhere" with such heavyweights as T Bone Burnett, Dan Huff, Marti Fredriksen and Jaren Johnston.
Tyler spoke about the strength of the new material, telling Rolling Stone: "I believe y'all are gonna listen to this stuff and you're gonna agree with me that it fell from a star. I had nothing to do with this shit, it's just Nashville. There's something so magical about this town and me writing with all these people."