Steven Tyler Scores Over $2 Million For Autobiography

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Steven Tyler

It may not match Keith Richards‘ $7 million advance, but Steven Tyler shouldn’t have a hard time earning back the $2 million dollars HarperCollins is allegedly paying him for a tell-all. Some things we hope he’ll remember to tell-all about.

  • Signing guardianship papers in 1975 so he could live with his 14-year-old girlfriend.
  • How high he was when Aerosmith recorded 1982′s “Bolivian Ragamuffin.”
  • Letting his daughter Liv do a pole dance in Aerosmith’s “Crazy” video.
  • Working with Lizzie McGuire.

Not only does Tyler seem shameless enough to describe all these events in full detail, I wouldn’t put it past him to make it rhyme. [Crain's New York Business]