Tyler walks Zac Brown Band's way
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Tyler walks Zac Brown Band's way

Monday, August 10, 2015 – Zac Brown Band closed a historic three-night run at Fenway Park in Boston by inviting a special guest to the stage, Steven Tyler, the leader singer of Aerosmith and a budding country singer.

ZBB played three shows - the first band to do so - starting on Friday night, playing to 105,000 tickets during their sold-out 3-night run.

Tyler joined the band on stage Sunday, performing "Walk This Way" and "Sweet Emotion."

The band's next stop on the Jekyll + Hyde stadium tour is Nationals Park in Washington D.C. this Friday.


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