If you didn't hear the news this morning, it's time for me to hang up the headphones here in the KLZX studio. You'll still hear me out with the road crew and at concerts and events. I've been asked to take on a new position here at Cache Valley Media. It's one that I've wanted for years. Brad Stone will take over for me on Monday. Your going to love him. The guy rocks! Without getting all sentimental, let me just say thanks for letting me rock your mornings and being a part of your life. The past six years have been a hell of a ride. See You On The Other Side -- Feelright
Back in the day, it probably wasn't too hard for a girl to get the attention of Steven Tyler. Hair teased up to the ceiling . . . gobs of electric blue eye shadow . . . purple spandex pants . . . and maybe a super-tight cut-off Cheap Trick t-shirt.
--But the man is a lot more refined now. And yesterday on "Ellen", he revealed how his fiancée Erin Brady first caught his eye. Turns out it was a hair band.
--And no, I'm not talking about Cinderella or Bang Tango.
--Steven said, quote, "She had this hair band on around her head. She looked really old-fashioned, so I took her back in the room and she tied me up with it and I thought, 'I'm marrying this girl.'"
--Elsewhere in the interview, Steven gave some of the credit for Aerosmith's success to . . . cocaine. He said, quote, "I gotta tell ya if it wasn't for cocaine, I don't think the band would have played every state in the United States nine times in seven years.
--"Because there was no MTV back then, Peruvian marching powder, it was like, 'Iowa, three in a row? Give me that [coke]."
--But he added, quote, "It's what we did, but you know there is no end to that. It's death, jail, or insanity for real reals. . . . [Drugs] lost me my kids, a marriage, a band, a lot of things and it's for real. That's how dangerous that is. So, I take it serious."