Walk This Way to Win Lullaby Renditions of Aerosmith!

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Walk this way, folks. We're so elated about our new arrival, Lullaby Renditions of Aerosmith (featuring liner notes by Steven Tyler!), we're giving away ten copies!
Lullaby Renditions of Aerosmith
Here's how to enter: All you have to do to win your very own CD is leave a comment on this post telling us why you love Aerosmith in 100 words or less. Ten lucky winners will be chosen from all the entries. You can enter more than once, but you must give a different reason on each comment! You must enter your email when you leave a comment so we can contact you (don't worry, it will be kept private).
Contest ends Friday, October 16, 2009 at 12:00 PM (PST).
Want to hear one of our amazing lullaby renditions? Listen to Dream On. Don't want to miss a thing? Run to your nearest cool baby boutique or visit www.rockabyebabymusic.com to get your very own copy!

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  • Dream On is one of those rock songs that haunts you, but in a good way. Love it!

    ATrippy on
  • Oh, I LOVE Aerosmith!! Every song reminds me of some point in my life. I think they are the only band that I own every CD and it was the only concert I ever went to with my husband! I’d love to have this Rockabye Baby CD for my new baby coming in 2 weeks!!

    Heather J on
  • Aerosmith is one of those iconic bands that when you hear their music it takes you to another place in time. Dude Looks Like a Lady – I was probably 12, babysitting my neighbor’s kids watching this video and eating popcorn with them. Dream On – In high school riding around with my friend Steve. Don’t Want to Miss a Thing – Watching the movie The Sweetest Thing. I would love to add rocking my babies to sleep with this CD to my Aerosmith memory bank.

    Kathleen on
  • My husband and I both listened to Aerosmith when we were growing up – fortunately our parents had great taste in music too! Now we love turning on an old school Aerosmith tune and “rocking out” in the car with our 3 yo and 1 yo daughters. There is nothing quite like the sight in the rear view mirror when two little girls are “raising the roof” and clapping their hands to Steven Tyler and the Boys!

    Heather on
  • The first image I ever saw on cable was Aerosmith’s video for “Rag Doll”. Aerosmith was my first idea of what “cool” was and I hope to share that idea with my children.

    Charles on

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