AEROSMITH's TYLER, PERRY Receive $2 Million To Perform At Bat Mitzvah

According to The Boston Globe, AEROSMITH singer Steven Tyler and guitarist Joe Perry made some easy money playing a big-bucks bat mitzvah in New York the other night. The Daily News reports that the dynamic duo were paid $2 million by Long Island defense contractor David H. Brooks to gig at his daughter's after-party Saturday (Nov. 26) at the Rainbow Room. (The CEO of DHB Industries even sent a jet to Pittsburgh to pick up Tyler and Perry after their show at the Mellon Arena.) But they weren't the only big names on the bill, says Daily News snoop Lloyd Grove. Among the others well paid to play were DON HENLEY, JOE WALSH, STEVIE NICKS, DJ AM, rap diva CIARA, KENNY G, and 50 CENT.

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