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Aerosmith's Steven Tyler votes himself off 'American Idol'

Rocker Steven Tyler on has bowed out of his job as a judge on top-rated television singing contest "American Idol" - the US equivalent of the X Factor -, saying he wants to dedicate himself to his band, Aerosmith.

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No self-respecting billionaire wants to be seen as mean when it comes to celebrating a birthday, but they need to dig deep, says Genevieve Roberts

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Jane's Addiction, Koko, London

Jane's Addiction are both a product and a victim of their time. Formed in the same city (Los Angeles) in the same year (1985) as Guns N' Roses, they ascended to their pinnacle in 1990, even then overshadowed by the heavy metal titans next door, only to then split up for the first of what would be two times in 1991. Their history is fractured and staccato, one of acrimony and reformation, but the warm embrace afforded the band by tonight's crowd at Koko speaks volumes about the impact that their first two albums had on a generation of young rockers.

Steven Tyler wants American Idol pay rise

Steven Tyler has reportedly asked for a pay rise to stay on 'American Idol'.

Aerosmith recording new album

The 'Walk This Way' rockers went into the studio with producer Jack Douglas to lay down tracks for their first album since 2004's 'Honkin' on a Bobo' covers album.

Scotty McCreery wins American Idol

Deep-voiced country singer Scotty McCreery won the tenth season of "American Idol yesterday, defeating rival Lauren Alaina who had been dubbed the front-runner by the show's judges heading into the night.

Johnny Depp reveals Steven Tyler collaboration

Johnny Depp is writing music with Steven Tyler.

Steven Tyler wants 'enthusiastic' Aerosmith return

Steven Tyler hopes his autobiography will "jump start" Aerosmith into performing together again.

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