Steven Victor Tallarico began known professionally as Steven Tyler after becoming the frontman of rock band Aerosmith. He was born on March 26, 1948 in Yonkers, New York. As a famous figure, he had dated a string of women, naming some were Julia Holcomb, fashion model Bebe Buell, with whom he fathered actress Liv Tyler (b. 1977), and Erin Brady. He, moreover, has married twice. The first was to the late Cyrinda Foxe from 1978 to 1987. The couple had one daughter, model Mia Tyler. His second marriage was to clothing designer Teresa Barrick, with whom he had two children; Chelsea Anna Tallarico (b. 1989) and Taj Monroe Tallarico (b. 1991). They wed from 1988 to 2006.
During his entire singing career, Tyler was often referred to as the "Demon of Screamin'" due to his wide vocal range and high screams. Besides, he was also known for his energetic performances on-stage as well as his trademark scarves hanging from his microphone stand. He rose to stardom in the late 1970s and early 1980s by the time Aerosmith became very popular among music-goers. The band had spawned a number of commercially success albums, naming some were "Permanent Vacation" (1987), "Pump" (1989), and "Get a Grip" (1993). The band released their latest studio album "Music from Another Dimension!" in 2012.
As a soloist, Tyler had ousted three singles; "I Love Trash" (1998), "Love Lives" (2010), and "(It) Feels So Good" (2011). In addition to being featured in several Aerosmith's music videos, he had also made appearances on films and TV features. He among others guest starred in "Lizzie McGuire", "The Polar Express", "Two and a Half Men", and also served as a judge on the "American Idol" for its tenth season. He was replaced by country crooner Keith Urban.