Steven Tyler Sings With 10-Year-Old Cancer Patient

A 10-year-old Rhode Island boy with a brain tumor recently was able to Skype with his hero, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler.

Steven Tyler Sings With 10-Year-Old Cancer Patient
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According to Blabbermouth.net, a 10-year-old Rhode Island boy with a brain tumor recently was able to Skype with his hero, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler. In late January, Cole Grace was hospitalized with a brain tumor diagnosis that was soon identified as a Grade IV Glioblastoma, and has since had three brain surgeries. While in the hospital, Cole and Steven had a long conversation and sang Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" together. Steven, who is one of the judges on Fox's singing competition "American Idol", also mentioned Cole during one of the show's nationally-televised episodes a few weeks ago. Check out a WPRI video report below.

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    Cheeseman Jay
    It's always touching when someone does something like this. Also, I think Steven did it in the past for a severely ill man, who died later that day. I have massive respect for him.