AEROSMITH FRONTMAN STEVEN TYLER REPORTEDLY WORKING WITH A NEW MANAGER
Page Six of The New York Post reports:
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler has hired manager Larry Rudolph to reinvigorate his career, sources tell Page Six.
We’re told Tyler and Rudolph, who already manages Britney Spears, were spotted out together last week leading up to the Grammys in Los Angeles, sparking speculation they’re working together.
On Wednesday, the two were seen huddling at Soho House; the next day, Tyler and Rudolph turned up at the opening of 1Oak in LA.
Partygoers told us Tyler “got on the mic and sang Walk This Way” in front of guests including Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Phillippe, Paris Hilton, Ne-Yo, Rachel Hunter, Brian Austin Green, Russell Simmons, Tiësto and Julianne Hough.
Tyler parted ways with former manager Simon Fuller in April after several disagreements over his failed deal to return to American Idol, and signed with Bruce Flohr at Red Light Management, which reps the Dave Matthews Band, Switchfoot and Parachute. A rep for Tyler didn’t get back to Page Six.