I guess the only way to get a book deal anymore is to not be a writer, but someone famous. Like Steven Tyler…he just got himself a book deal…what with him being the new “American Idol” judge and all.
HarperCollins will release Steven’s autobiography “Does The Noise In My Head Bother You?” on May 10. What a title, huh? According to the publisher’s Web site, the tome will trace Steven’s life from his humble beginnings in The Bronx to his teaming with Joe Perry, and follow him through Aerosmith’s roller coaster-like career, all the broads he nailed, his becoming a father, a junkie, and a road dog.
Apparently, Steven spent the last few years working on it, and says it will be a more personal book than the band’s 2003‘s autobiography.
“This is not just my take — this is the unbridled truth, the in-your-face, up-close and prodigious tale of Steven Tyler straight from the horse’s lips,” said Tyler, who was paid a reported $2 million for the rights to the book.