Aimee Preston was born on July 18, 1987, in Denver, Colorado, USA, making her a native of the United States. she served as rock musician Steven Tyler’s personal assistant before the two began dating in 2016.
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Aimee chooses to keep her private life private and does not discuss her past, despite the fact that she is currently somewhat well-known because she is dating Steven. With her parents, and three siblings, Calvin, Luke, and Katie, she appears to have grown up in Denver. Aimee developed a strong interest in acting and music at a young age. After graduating from the Denver School of Arts, she continued her education at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, where she earned an associate’s degree in musical theatre.
Aimee lost interest in music and acting somewhere along the line, and she started working as a personal assistant instead. The position suited her well, and she soon began working for some very important people, including Donald Trump and his ex-wife, Victoria Beckham, and well-known rock star Steven Tyler. Steven Tyler was the first celebrity she worked for as a personal assistant while she was employed by XIX Entertainment, and he was the first celebrity she had ever worked for before they started dating.
Aimee was previously married to Scott Schachter, a talent agent, but their union did not continue for very long. They didn’t have any children together and split shortly after saying their vows.
Although Aimee began working for Steven in 2012, there were no dating rumors until 2016 when they began going out together and were frequently spotted holding hands in public. Aimee and Steven started living together in Nashville after attending Elton John’s annual Oscar viewing party when Steven was open about his feelings for Aimee and verified the reports that they were dating.
Steven has previously been married. His first wife was Cyrinda Foxe, whom he divorced in 1987. He subsequently wed Teresa Barrick, whom he later divorced in 2006. He has two children from his second marriage and one child from his first marriage. His first wife, Cyrinda, passed away from brain cancer in 2002.
The couple is frequently spotted together at various charitable occasions, such as the Janie’s Fund gala night, an organization that Steven originally created. One of the volunteers, Aimee, serves as a counselor and provides safety to girls and women who are being physically abused.
Who Is Steven Tyler?
Steven Victor Tallarico, better known by his stage name Steven Tyler, was born on March 26, 1948. He is an American vocalist best known for being the lead singer of the Boston-based rock band Aerosmith, in which he also plays the piano, percussion, and harmonica. Due to his powerful screams and broad vocal range, he is referred to as the “Demon of Screamin’.” He is renowned for his stage acrobatics as well. Tyler typically dons colorful (and occasionally androgynous) attire for his performances, along with his signature scarves that hang from his microphone stand.
His Early Life
At the age of three, Steven Victor Tallarico relocated to the Bronx after being born on March 26, 1948, at the Stuyvesant Polyclinic in Manhattan, New York. When he was about nine years old, the family moved to 100 Pembrook Drive in Northeast Yonkers. Victor A. Tallarico, a pianist and classical musician who taught music at Cardinal Spellman High School in the Bronx, and Susan Ray, a secretary (born June 2, 1925, died July 4, 2008), are the parents of Tallarico.
While Tyler’s mother was of Ukrainian, English, and African-American origin, his father was of Italian and German descent. He changed his last name from “Czarnyszewicz” (from Polish: Czarny, lit. “black”) to “Blancha” (perhaps from French: Blanche, lit. “white”) after mentioning numerous times that his maternal grandfather was a Ukrainian. In fact, we now know that Steven Tyler’s grandpa was Polish and was born in 1892 in Klichaw, which is now in modern-day Belarus, due to the work of genealogist Megan Smolenyak. He moved to the USA in 1914 and adopted the surname Blancha.
He wed Bessie Elliott there, and the two had four kids together, including Susan, Steven’s mother. Florian Czarnyszewicz, a well-known Polish author who immigrated to Argentina, was Feliks’ brother. The novel Nadberezecy by Florian Czarnyszewicz, which chronicles the plight of Poles residing in the region between the Berezina and Dnieper rivers between 1911 and 1920, is his best-known work.
Giovanni Tallarico, his paternal grandpa, was a native of Cotronei in Calabria, Italy. Tyler gained knowledge from the ancestry program Who Do You Think You Are? the fact that his great-great-great-grandfather was mixed-race. Lynda is the name of Steven’s older sister. Steven Tyler lived about a mile from Roosevelt High School on Tuckahoe Road in Yonkers, New York, where he attended until he was expelled for marijuana use shortly before his graduation. Later, he received his diploma from Quintano’s Young Professionals program.
The highlight of Tyler’s time in Greenwich Village, New York, when he was 17 was seeing a Rolling Stones concert. Because they allowed Tyler and his buddies to touch them, they “hung out for a bit, buzzing like crazy.” He added, “Everybody told me that I looked just like Mick Jagger with my big lips and Keith Richards basically was the music I used to love more than anything.” Tyler can be seen behind Mick Jagger in a photo from the band’s book, Walk This Way, taken in front of a hotel.
In the late 1960s, Tyler relocated to Boston and made acquainted with musicians who would later create the band Aerosmith. He got to know drummer Joe Kramer, guitarist Ray Tabano, bassist Tom Hamilton, and guitarist Joe Perry. Tyler founded the band Aerosmith in 1969, taking on the roles of frontman and lead singer. In 1972, Columbia Records signed Aerosmith. Aerosmith released their debut self-titled album the following year. At the time, the song “Dream On” was merely a small suggestion, but it subsequently developed into one of their signature songs.
Before their third and fourth albums, Toys in the Attic (1975) and Rocks (1976), Aerosmith did not achieve commercial success or popularity (1976). With “Sweet Emotion,” the band scored their first widely popular Top 40 song. They re-released “Dream On” in 1976 with the knowledge that it was still a sleeper smash, and it reached No. 6 on the charts.
Later that year, “Walk This Way” became another huge hit for them. They were headlining stadiums and significant music festivals by 1976. But the band was beginning to disintegrate by the decade’s close. Tyler and Perry used heroin and other stimulants frequently.
Tyler maintained recruiting new members to try to keep the band relatively intact when Perry and Whitford left for other endeavors, but he was hurt in a motorcycle accident, which prevented him from touring for the majority of 1981. After spending a lot of time in treatment, Tyler cleaned up his act in the middle of the 1980s and put a new band together.
They released Permanent Vacation in 1987, which had “Dude (Looks Like a Lady),” and “Pump,” which featured the now-classic “Love in an Elevator” and “Janie’s Got a Gun,” two years later. When Aerosmith released Get a Grip in 1993, it was fueled by singles like “Cryin‘,” “Crazy,” and “Livin’ on the Edge,” which they attribute to the rise of the MTV craze among youths.
Aerosmith maintained their popularity in record sales and sold-out stadium tours throughout the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s, despite their inability to chart as high as they previously did. Aerosmith has overall released fifteen studio albums, nine of which have been certified platinum or multi-platinum. On the US Billboard 100, eight tracks made the top ten, with the 1998 single I Don’t Want to Miss A Thing winning the coveted #1 place.
Seven American Music Awards, four Billboard Music Awards, four Grammy Awards, and ten MTV Video Music Awards are just a few of the honors Aerosmith has won throughout the years. With their admittance into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and performance at Super Bowl XXXV, Aerosmith gained additional fame.
In addition, Tyler is well known for his musical collaborations with artists like Run D.M.C. (Walk this Way remake), Alice Cooper, Pink, and Eminem (for The Eminem Show, which has sold over 19 million copies worldwide), and renowned trumpeter Chris Botti. In July 2016, he also made a solo country album called “We’re All Somebody from Somewhere.”
In addition to a long and distinguished musical career, Tyler has also been in a number of movies and TV shows, including Wayne’s World 2 and episodes of The Simpsons, Saturday Night Live, and Two and a Half Men. Steven Tyler merged creative design efforts with inventor/engineer Mark Dirico and launched Dirico Motorcycles in 2007. He was a judge on American Idol for two seasons. In 2011, Steven Tyler also released a book titled Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?
Does the Noise in My Head Bother You? is the rock memoir to end all rock memoirs—the straight-up, no-holds-barred life of Grammy Award-winning, Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee, and all-around superstar legend Steven Tyler, lead singer of Aerosmith (and celebrity judge on American Idol).
His daughter Liv Tyler was conceived while Tyler was dating the fashion model Bebe Buell and was born in 1977. As a prominent actor, producer, and singer, Liv has also established herself in the entertainment industry. Through Liv’s union with Royston Langdon, Tyler has three grandkids. From 1978 through 1987, Steven and Cyndria Foxe were wed. Foxe, unfortunately, passed away in 2002 from brain cancer. In 1988, Tyler wed Teresa Barrick, a fashion designer. They got divorced in January 2006 and have a daughter and a boy. Tyler and Erin Brady got engaged in December 2011, however they called it quits in January 2013.
The parents of groupie Julia Holcomb, who was 16 at the time, were convinced to give up guardianship to 27-year-old Tyler in 1975 so that the two of them could live together in Boston. For three years, the two were a couple. Due to a house fire they had, Holcomb became pregnant and later had an abortion; they were concerned that the smoke from the fire and the drugs she was taking at the time would cause birth problems.
The artist has struggled with health concerns his entire life, and not all of them can be attributed to long-term, heavy drug usage. Following a concert in Florida, Tyler underwent throat surgery in 2006 to repair a ruptured blood artery. All of Aerosmith’s remaining tour dates in America had to be canceled. He disclosed that year that he had received significant treatment after receiving a Hepatitis C diagnosis in 2003. He endured numerous leg surgery in 2008 to fix his injured feet.
Steven Tyler launched “Janie’s Fund” in 2015 to offer assistance, security, and counseling to female assault victims. Since the company’s founding, he has raised more than $2.4 million for it. 2017 saw the opening of Atlanta’s Janie’s House, a live-in sanctuary for abused victims.