What would make a weekend in Milwaukee bearable? How about Willie Nelson and Steven Tyler on the same stage!? It’s a start….
[lastfm]Aerosmith[/lastfm] frontman [lastfm]Steven Tyler [/lastfm]made a special appearance at this year’s Farm Aid, which took place in Milwaukee over the weekend.
Tyler joined festival organizer and country legend [lastfm]Willie Nelson [/lastfm]to perform the song “Once is Enough,” an Aerosmith track that was recorded during the Permanent Vacation sessions in 1987.
Tyler, who recently took a job as a judge on American Idol, happened to be in town along with his fellow Idol judges to check out some possible contestants for their show.
Nelson was the headlining act for this year’s event, which was also the 25th anniversary of the charity concert. He was joined by special guests for almost every song of his set.
Nearly the entire festival line-up, including [lastfm]Kenny Chesney[/lastfm], [lastfm]Jason Mraz[/lastfm], [lastfm]Norah Jones[/lastfm], [lastfm]Jamey Johnson[/lastfm] and [lastfm]Neil Young[/lastfm], joined Nelson onstage for his final three songs – “Good Hearted Woman,” “On the Road Again” and “I Saw the Light.”