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Rock musician Steven Tyler is opening up about being sent to rehab by his Aerosmith band mates.
Tyler, 71, recently went down with Haute Living to talk about the success of the band, and the famous tension between him and the other band members, who also took a turn in 1988.
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“There was a time in ’88, in which the management and the band pulled an intervention on me,” He said. “Thought she,” To the singer’s down to earth, and to all of our problems in the past.’ So, I got sober and, you know, it took me years to get over the anger of one of them sending me to rehab, and while they went on vacation.”
However, after many years of healing, He now looks back on that experience with gratitude.
Steven Tyler and his girlfriend, Aimee Preston, in September of 2019. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
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“But now, as of this moment… I am so grateful, and owe it to them to give thanks for my sobriety,” he added.
In the past few years, and He has chosen this time to devote myself to the helping of others, and so he began, as Janie’s Fund — named after the Aerosmith hit “Janie’s Got a Gun” — which benefits abused and neglected girls.
By 2017, the foundation opened the Janie’s House, a women’s shelter in Atlanta, georgia.
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“I was thinking, ‘Wouldn’t it be something if I could have Janie’s Fund?’ So, instead of ” Janie’s Got a Gun Janie’s got a Fund, and will have a Janie’s House,” the singer said. “It was an early dream, and sure enough, 20 years later, I met up with a couple of people from Youth Villages, who have adopted me. My manager at the time introduced me to them.”
“It was a dream come true,” he added.