Steven Tyler Appears For The First Time Since Vocal Injury
via Ross Halfin / Instagram
Steve’s Out And About
Steven Tyler has made a comeback after recovering from a vocal injury that forced Aerosmith to cancel their farewell tour. Tyler’s vocal cord problems led to the postponement of six shows, and in September, he suffered a vocal cord injury that required him to refrain from singing for a month. Subsequently, it was revealed that he had fractured his larynx, leading to the band rescheduling all their shows to 2024.
Recently, Steven Tyler emerged in a new set of images shared on Instagram by photographer Ross Halfin. The photos depict the rock legend playing his guitar, accompanied by a cheerful selfie. In the caption, Halfin remarked on spending a day with “The Demon of Screaming,” although Tyler wasn’t doing much screaming as he continued to recuperate. Halfin also noted that the guitar Tyler was playing had once belonged to the renowned musician Peter Green.
The photographer’s post garnered an outpouring of support and well-wishes from fans. Many expressed their admiration for Tyler and extended their hopes for his swift recovery. One user commented, “Thank you for sharing these photos! It’s heartwarming to see Steven doing well. These pictures show that he’s on the path to recovery… I wish him strength, positivity, and love on this journey. Hoping to see him again soon!”
The rescheduled tour dates, originally slated for Detroit, Chicago, Washington, Toronto, Raleigh, and Cleveland, are now set to commence on January 29. Here is the updated schedule:
- January 29 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena
- February 14 – Chicago, IL – United Center
- February 17 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena
- February 21 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
- February 26 – Raleigh, NC – PNC Arena
- February 29 – Cleveland, OH – Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
It remains uncertain whether the band will add more shows to the newly announced dates.
You can see two pictures from the latest post below.