Although not touring with Sly Stone, the Family Stone continues to remind fans why its one of the best funk bands ever. Featuring founding members Jerry Martini, Cynthia Robinson and Greg Errico, the group sounds as fresh today as it did back in the days it was one of the top acts on Columbia Records.

Just ask Steven Tyler. The Aerosmith frontman/”American Idol” judge was seen standing just to the side of the stage as he grooved to the Family Stone’s “Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)” at the Scituate Harbor Heritage Festival in Boston this past weekend and reportedly joined the band on “Sing A Simple Song” .

Along with jamming with the Family Stone, Tyler signed a few autographs and played an impromptu set with Aerosmith guitarist Brad Whitford and Jon Butcher.

Kanye West took a tumble in Norway earlier this week. While performing in Bergen, West evidently discovered he was getting very little traction from the stage floor.

“I can’t move around as much as I normally do, cause it’s slippery like a motherf***er out here tonight,” West told the crowd, according to entertainment blog Oh No They Didn’t. “If I fall someone will film it and it will be all over YouTube and CNN.”

Well, guess what. He fell and people filmed it.

Finally, a video posted on YouTube depicts some of the more memorable concert posters from the 1960s. Be sure to stick around for the ending when the video’s maker reminds us about those outrageous days when tickets for your favorite act could cost anywhere from $1 to $5. And, yes, fans back then did complain that a half a sawbuck for a concert ticket was way too expensive.