Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler visited his home turf of Marshfield, Massachusetts over the weekend and, as part of his short stay, he visited the Humarock Holiday Stroll, a three-day festival of holiday activities.
"Anytime I can walk this way, I'm there," said Tyler.
WATD-FM Marshfield reports that Tyler also sang a few holiday songs with a group of Victorian Christmas Carolers. Saturday's festivities ended with the lighting of the Christmas Tree in front of the Hummingrock Gift Shop.
"I'm currently doing American Idol, they took a break, were going into a thing called Hollywood week, and then I came home for Thanksgiving for my dad," Tyler told WATD’s Bob Gohl. "I also got called up by Sir Paul McCartney and he asked me to sing the last four songs of Abbey Road, so i said 'umm ok,' doing it. So I'm headed down to the Kennedy honors in Washington."
The Kennedy Center Honors take place December 5, and will air on CBS on December 28 at 9:00pm eastern.
Tyler calls Marshfield his home, "This is my solace, this is real to me, this is real. It can get real unreal...this is my grounding, I love it here, I love the smell of the sea air. Ya know, I get to be with family, as long as I’m not talking on the raaaaaadio!"
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