Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler recently visited the Recovery Unplugged Drug Treatment Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida to speak with and perform for clients at the facility.
Tyler teamed up with Recovery Unplugged Creative Director – and original Aerosmith rhythm guitarist – Richie Supa to perform songs for the group, including the band’s 1993 smash, “Amazing”, which the two co-wrote.
Tyler reportedly took photos with staff and clients following a presentation that saw the singer and Supa tell stories from their 40-plus years of shared history and friendship.
Recovery Unplugged combines traditional and cognitive behavioral rehabilitation approaches by using music as a catalyst to break down defenses, inspire, and motivate the change necessary for long-term recovery and sobriety.
Learn more about the facilty at recoveryunplugged.com
Tyler was recently in Nashville to tape a performance with Brad Paisley for ABC-TV’s CMA Country Christmas special this fall.
Airing Monday, December 1st at 8 PM ET and hosted by Sugarland vocalist Jennifer Nettles, the two-hour program celebrates the holidays with some of the biggest names in music performing holiday classics.
Tyler is expected to return to the country music capital in the new year to continue work on his debut solo album.
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