Here in New England, we just adore Steven Tyler just a wee bit more than the rest of the world.  It is the birthplace of Aerosmith, arguably, one of the most iconic rock bands in all of music history.  It does my heart good to know that Steven still passes through the 603 from time to time like he was spotted doing yesterday.  He spent many summers in Sunapee, so I'm so happy to see that he hasn't forgotten us.

According to the Common Man Roadside in Hooksett's Facebook page, Steven was seen "just passing through."

WMUR also had the story of Steven stopping by the New London Pizza Chef taking selfies there too!  I may never go out here in New Hampshire without having my full make-up and hair done.  You never know who you might bump in to.

I have, as a matter of fact, quite literally bumped in to Steven Tyler myself.  I was at the Boston Park Plaza hotel lobby late at night after some fun and frivolity at one or two Boston night clubs and accidentally bumped in to who I thought was an attractive woman with a bright yellow blazer and long flowing hair.  Turned out, it was Steven Tyler.  I tried not to completely fan girl on him, but I'm not sure I was successful.  Truly, I think I ticked off his then wife, but I couldn't help it.  He's one of my all time favorites.  In fact, for a long time, I had an expression that I used to say on the air every time I played Aerosmith.  I don't say it anymore because, 1) times have changed and I probably can't say that sort of thing on the radio anymore and 2) my husband wouldn't think it was as hilarious as I do.  If I run in to you face to face or hell, if I run in to Steven, I may or may not share the phrase.