Video of the impromptu performance is dated Friday and has been gathering steam online ever since

By Adam Carlson
Updated September 06, 2015 10:35 AM
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Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler recently delighted pedestrians in Moscow, Russia, when he stopped on the street to duet with a musician on the band’s biggest hit, “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing.”

Video of the impromptu performance is dated Friday and has been gathering steam online ever since, though it’s unclear from the clip what led up to it.

In the minute-long clip, Tyler is a gracious performer alongside the unnamed musician – sharing the mic and, at the song’s end, plopping down a wide-brimmed hat on the man’s head as they both smile for the cheering crowd.

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Tyler, 67, and the band were in the city to celebrate its 868th birthday, and they’ve been documenting the journey extensively on their Facebook page.

One performance drew approximately 100,000 fans, the band said.