Steven Tallarico, known around the world as rock singer and musician Steven Tyler, has a net worth estimated at $130 million. With a classical musician for a father, Tyler's interest in music began strong and early. Along with fellow musicians and friends, Tyler formed the band Aerosmith in 1969, becoming the frontman and lead singer, and 1972 Aerosmith was signed with Columbia Records. Along with Aerosmith, Tyler has released fourteen studio albums, nine of which reached platinum or multi-platinum certification. Eight singles have achieved spots in the top ten on the US Billboard 100, with the 1998 single I don't want to miss a thing reaching the coveted #1 position. Among the awards Aerosmith has garnered over the years are seven American Music Awards, four Billboard Music Awards, four Grammy Awards, and ten MTV Video Music Awards. Aerosmith received further stardom with their induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and a performance at Super Bowl XXXV. Tyler is also well known for his collaborative efforts with other music artists such as Run D.M.C (Walk this Way remake), Alice Cooper, Pink, Eminem (for The Eminem Show, which has sold over 19 million copies worldwide) and world-renowned trumpeter Chris Botti. Tyler has made several film and television appearances, notably Wayne's World 2, The Simpsons, Saturday Night Live, and Two and a half Men. Tyler merged creative design efforts with inventor/engineer Mark Dirico and launched Dirico Motorcycles in 2007.