Steven Tyler is a trip.
The Aerosmith front man and "American Idol" judge lays out how he became a gnarly mess of a rock and roll icon in his memoir, "Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?" which came out Tuesday.
Indeed, there's a lot of noise in the book's nearly 400 pages. Tyler weaves a winding tale of his 63 years, from growing up in working class New York City and rural New Hampshire ("I was a mountain boy, barefoot and wild") to feeling on top of the world as only the rich and famous...Full Story