Aerosmith Postpones Tour- Steven Tyler Vocal Injury More Serious Than Previously Thought
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Aerosmith has decided to delay its “Peace Out” farewell tour until “sometime in 2024” due to lead singer Steven Tyler’s ongoing vocal injury. The Boston-based band initially underestimated the severity of the injury. Their New Year’s Eve performance at TD Garden in Boston has been postponed. Earlier this month, a few shows were rescheduled after the 75-year-old Tyler hurt his vocal cords during a live performance.
According to Aerosmith, Tyler’s doctor has revealed that, along with vocal cord damage, he has suffered a fractured larynx, necessitating continued medical attention. Despite receiving top-notch medical care to expedite his recovery, healing from a fracture requires patience, as the band stated.
Fresh tour dates will be unveiled shortly, the group confirmed. Full reimbursements will be accessible for those unable to make the rescheduled shows.
Tyler expressed his sorrow at not being able to join Aerosmith and the fantastic Black Crowes, as well as the best fans globally, in a statement. “I promise we’ll be back as soon as we can” he vowed.