Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler Wants to Collaborate with Taylor Swift
It seems everyone wants to collaborate with Taylor Swift. Spunky Miranda Lambert has mentioned her interest, and British crooner Ed Sheeran penned a song with Swift for her 'Red' album. With all of her terrific success, it shouldn't come as a surprise that Steven Tyler, the 'demon of screamin',' wants to write with the 23-year-old.
According to Us Weekly, the 'I Don't Want to Miss a Thing' hitmaker has had his eye on Swift and her record-breaking year. When he was asked who he'd like to intern for, Tyler answered, "She's blonde with all the hits. Taylor Swift. She's hot."
Tyler added, "More than that, she's beyond talented. I have to write a song with her." It would certainly be an interesting collaboration if they recorded together -- combining the rocker's high-pitched screams with Swift's catchy tunes.
Perhaps at age 64, Tyler has decided that the best collaborations are the most unexpected. While the '22' hitmaker hasn't responded publicly to the long-haired rocker's wishes, she'll have a lot of time to ponder it on the road, as her 2013 Red Tour kicks off today. The Aerosmith singer is hoping she doesn't tell him to 'Dream On.'