Former Guns N’ Roses Drummer Matt Sorum Criticizes Grammy’s and Attends Steven Tyler’s Grammy’s Benefit Show!

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Matt Sorum Hangs Out With Steven Tyler

Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Matt Sorum hung out with Steven Tyler at his Grammy Viewing Party. Sorum also went on to criticize the Grammy’s on Twitter for omitting the Best Rock Album from their television broadcast. See his tweet below!

It’s also important to note that Steven Tyler raised $2.4 Million at this event. According to WJBDRadio

“Steven Tyler held his inaugural Grammy Awards Viewing Party benefit Sunday in Los Angeles to raise money for Janie’s Fund, the charity he co-founded to help young women and girls who’ve been victims of physical and sexual abuse. The star-studded gala, which was highlighted by a special performance by Tyler and his solo backing group, Loving Mary, brought in more than $2.4 million for the charity.

During his set, which closed the party, Tyler played several Aerosmith classics, including “Sweet Emotion,” “Dream On,” “Jaded” and “Walk This Way.” During the latter tune, Steven was joined by Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer and a West African drumming group that included some girls who are receiving support from Janie’s Fund.  Extreme guitarist Nuno Bettencourt also hit the stage to perform his band’s memorable ballad “More Than Words” with Tyler.

The event also included a VIP reception, a dinner, a live auction, and a speech by Tyler about his charity and the inspiration behind it.

“This whole event miraculously is wrapped around a song called ‘Janie’s Got a Gun,'” the singer told the audience, referencing the Aerosmith hit that gave his charity its name. “And why did she feel like getting a gun? My ‘why,’ our ‘why,’ from here on out, it’s to give these girls, young women, some hope and healing and shelter from a storm they didn’t ask for and never deserved.”

Tyler added, “We’re not here just to help a few girls beat the odds, but to radically change the odds for all girls.”

Among the many celebrities who attended the gala were Alice Cooper, ex-Guns N’ Rosesdrummer Matt Sorum, Sharon Stone, Bo Derek, Caitlyn Jenner, Cheech Marin, David Foster, Randy Jackson, and Pete Wentz.”