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Tyler sells 160 songs for $50 million

The Aerosmith frontman says Primary Wave Music Publishing 'will ensure that my catalog will continue to rock generations well into the future.' The Aerosmith frontman says Primary Wave Music Publishing "will ensure that my catalog will continue to rock generations well into the future." (Robert E. Klein for the Boston Globe/file 2006)
By Carol Beggy & Mark Shanahan
Globe Staff / January 12, 2008

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In a move that's likely to upset some Aerosmith acolytes, Steven Tyler is selling a hefty number of the band's biggest hits to Primary Wave Music Publishing. The $50 million deal, first reported yesterday by the New York Post and later confirmed by the band's publicist, covers 160 songs written or co-written by Tyler. Included in the deal are Aerosmith ... (Full article: 991 words)

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