*Photo Courtesy of Rolling Stone*
There is no better reason for some of rock's most recognizable faces to get together other than to improve the lives of children and that's exactly what happened on Sunday at the Stuart House benefit in Downtown L.A. Aerosmith legends Steven Tyler and Joe Perry performed at fashion designer John Varvato's benefit for Stuart House, a facility to help children who have been sexually abused.
Tyler and Perry performed a one hour, 8 song set that included classics like "Dream On", "Sweet Emotion" and "Walk This Way" to a crowd of supporters and celebrities the likes of Alice Cooper, Billy Idol and event co-hosts Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner.
The stage, which was close quarters inside John Varvato's WeHo storefront, was not short on star power either as Tyler and Perry called on Stone Temple Pilots bassist Robert DeLeo to provide bass for the setlist and guitar legend Slash even joined the group for a closing performance of "Mama Kin".
Check out a fan video of the group performing "Dream On", featuring DeLeo on bass and an appropriately fun introduction from Steven Tyler, below: