Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler hit the streets of Moscow to perform “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” with a street musician the day before the band performed in the city.
Video footage shows Tyler watching the busker start the song before he jumps in to lend a hand on vocals.
Aerosmith were in Moscow to perform at the city’s Lubyanskaya Square on September 5 as part of their extended Blue Army tour.
Written by Diane Warren, “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” appeared in the 1998 film “Armageddon” and delivered the Boston band the first and only No. 1 US hit single after 28 years as a group.
Tyler continues to work on his debut solo album and will perform with country band Loving Mary at the inaugural Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival in Franklin, Tennessee later this month.
The singer will also be among the artists to perform at a Unite To Face Addiction rally in Washington, DC on October 4.
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