The year 1998 brings us back to Bill Clinton and $1.03 gas prices, but it also brings us back to one unforgettable song. It's been nearly 18 years since Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" soared to the top of the charts as the theme song for Armageddon. Although Diane Warren originally wrote the song for Celine Dion and U2 was later asked to perform it for the film, the idea of Aerosmith taking it on came after lead singer Steven Tyler's daughter (Liv Tyler) was cast -- and the rest is history.
In this video, we have an incredibly rare moment of a street musician performing the power ballad with none other than Steven Tyler among the spectators. The now 67-year-old rock star joins the young man and despite making a few forgivable errors proves that he still has it in him.
Watch now and let us know what you think of his reaction:
Artista di strada canta gli Aerosmith, ma non sa che Steven Ty...
Artista di strada canta gli Aerosmith, ma non sa che Steven Tyler è dietro di luiPosted by Net1News on Wednesday, December 30, 2015