Aerosmith will receive the 2,657th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on February 14th. The ceremony is set for 11:30 a.m. at 6752 Hollywood Boulevard in front of Musicians Institute. Rana Ghadban, the President and CEO of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce said in a statement, “”Finally! We have been waiting a long time to honor Aerosmith with their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Aerosmith is one of the greatest rock bands in the world and we expect many fans will be 'Crazy' excited to see them honored!” Aerosmith's Walk of Fame event will be live streamed for exclusively on (Billboard) Motown 60: A Grammy Celebration will air on CBS on April 12th. The special, which will be taped next Tuesday (February 12th) at L.A.'s Microsoft Theatre, will be hosted by Cedric the Entertainer and Smokey Robinson. Among the performers slated for the tribute show are such “Hitsville”-era legends as Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Brian & Eddie Holland, Martha Reeves, Valerie Simpson, Mickey Stevenson, and Thelma Houston — along with Boyz II Men, John Legend, Little Big Town, NE-YO, Pentatonix, Meghan Trainor, and more. (Press release) Yesterday (February 6th) Pete Townshend posted a video and a message to fans on chronicling the fourth day of sessions for the new Who album. Townshend wrote in part: “We finished work on the first song, moved to the second, moved quickly through the third so now we are managing a song every day. I got to play a tamarind shaker (I discovered these seed-pods hanging from the trees in Antigua — amazing sound) and some bass harmonica on a song called 'Detour.' Many of you will know 'The Detours' was the name of The Who before they became The Who. In this context the lyric is about men needing to find new routes, new pathways, new ways to reach a decent but still honest way to approach women in our lives and our business. We need to make a 'swerve'. . . avoid the old ways. So it’s not so much an attempt to echo #MeToo as an acknowledgement that it has been one of the most exciting things to happen in our business for years.” (