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Steven Tyler sings not-good rendition of "God Bless America"

Steven Tyler performed "God Bless America" in Fenway Park for the 2010 Opening Day game between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. It may have been the worst rendition of a patriotic song in a baseball park since Rosanne Barr butchered the Star Spangled Banner.



Maybe Aerosmith do have a point in trying to replace him.

And if that weren't enough, the Sox brought in Neil Diamond to perform "Sweet Caroline" live for the Red Sox Nation.



I may go Nick Swisher and yell out "No way, dude!" when I hear "Sweet Caroline" now.

Mind you, Boston took the lead after Tyler's performance, so probably won't be much complaining in Boston of the performance (if they hold on).


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Steven Tyler performed "God Bless America" in Fenway Park for the 2010 Opening Day game between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. It may have been the worst rendition of a patriotic song in a baseball park since Rosanne Barr butchered the Star Spangled Banner.



Maybe Aerosmith do have a point in trying to replace him.

And if that weren't enough, the Sox brought in Neil Diamond to perform "Sweet Caroline" live for the Red Sox Nation.



I may go Nick Swisher and yell out "No way, dude!" when I hear "Sweet Caroline" now.

Mind you, Boston took the lead after Tyler's performance, so probably won't be much complaining in Boston of the performance (if they hold on).



Posted originally: 2010-04-04 23:35:00
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