Aerosmith star Steven Tyler and Roger Daltrey have given the Trans-Siberian Orchestra a Christmas boost by signing up to join the symphonic rockers on tour in November and December (09).
The rock stars will join Cheap Trick frontman Robin Zander as the guest stars on the orchestra's annual U.S. holiday tour, which begins on 1 November (09).
The group was founded in 1996 by New Yorker Paul O'Neill, who produced albums for Aerosmith and The Scorpions. The orchestra have become an annual holiday must-see and combine theatrics, Christmas stories and themes and heavy rock.
An injury to Tyler recently forced Aerosmith to scrap dates on their summer (09) tour - the frontman shattered his collarbone after falling from the stage at a show in South Dakota.