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Aerosmith’s Lead Singer Steven Tyler Receives Medical Advice to Refrain from Performing for a Month
Aerosmith Forced to Cancel Upcoming Farewell Tour Shows as Steven Tyler Suffers Vocal Cord Damage
Aerosmith has regrettably canceled six of their upcoming farewell tour performances due to frontman Steven Tyler’s severe vocal cord injury.
In a statement shared on social media, Tyler conveyed the unfortunate news, stating:
“It is with a heavy heart that I must convey strict medical advice: I must refrain from singing for the next 30 days. I sustained vocal cord damage during Saturday’s concert in Elmont, New York, resulting in subsequent bleeding. As a result, we must reschedule a few dates to ensure we return to provide the performance you deserve.”
The affected shows were originally scheduled for Toronto, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, Washington DC, and Raleigh in the upcoming weeks. These performances will now be rescheduled for 2024, and tickets for the initially planned dates will remain valid. Additionally, refunds will be offered for those unable to attend the rescheduled shows.
Aerosmith initially announced their farewell tour, the Peace Out Tour, back in May. The tour originally encompassed 40 dates across North America, with the final show initially scheduled to be held at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada, on January 26. However, this date will now be followed by the rescheduled shows from this year. For a comprehensive and updated list of Aerosmith’s Peace Out tour dates, please refer below.
It’s worth noting that last year, Aerosmith had to cancel certain dates of their Las Vegas residency due to Steven Tyler’s entry into rehab. This extensive farewell tour marks the concluding chapter in the band’s illustrious career, spanning over 50 years.