STEVEN TYLER Memorabilia Hot On The Web; Video Report Available

According to, Steven Tyler's appearance on "American Idol" as a judge for the show's tenth season appears to be giving memorabilia collectors a renewed interest in all things AEROSMITH. Hot items online for sale include autographed posters and even the singer's sunglasses, going for $2,500 or a best offer online.

Check out a video report below.

According to Fox 411, Steven Tyler's appearance on "American Idol" has boosted sales of old AEROSMITH songs. The band's 1998 power ballad "I Don't Want to Miss A Thing" is currently No. 19 on Apple's iTunes Songs chart, and AEROSMITH's 1973 hit "Dream On" is No. 61. The Boston hard rockers' "Big Ones" collection" from 1994 is No. 25 on iTunes' Albums chart.

"So far, Steven Tyler has been a pretty striking presence on 'Idol'," says Richard Rushfield, author of "American Idol: The Untold Story". "He's a wild character, and he's pretty much pushed Simon Cowell out of people's minds in just two weeks."


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