Steven Tyler Shares Health Update After Injury That Paused Aerosmith Tour

Steven Tyler Shares Health Update After Injury That Paused Aerosmith Tour | Society Of Rock Videos

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Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler made his first public appearance after taking the time off to recover from his vocal cord injury.

In December 2022, the singer’s health condition forced the band to cancel their two shows that were part of their Deuces Are Wild residency at the Park MGM hotel-casino in Sin City.

The band had to reschedule their 2023 performances, including a New Year’s Eve gig, due to Tyler’s serious vocal cord and larynx injury. The Peace Out tour, commemorating five decades of Aerosmith’s music, aimed to conclude in Montreal in January 2024 but was hindered by Tyler’s health issues.

However, Tyler’s health condition necessitated an extended break than initially expected, leading Aerosmith to postpone their entire farewell tour to 2024.

Most recently, the rocker was seen at the 5th annual Jam for Janie Grammys viewing party, an event benefiting Janie’s Fund—a nonprofit organization he founded to support girls who have suffered abuse and neglect. Tyler shared his recovery process, saying:

“My throat’s been better, but it is on the mend. And out of all things, I’ve decided to take the advice not from my doctors but from the girls at Janie’s house.”

Steven Tyler’s Comeback

The singer expressed his heartbreak for not being able to perform with Aerosmith and the Black Crowes. He then assured fans:

“I am heartbroken to not be out there with Aerosmith, my brothers, and the incredible Black Crowes, rocking with the best fans in the world. I promise we will be back as soon as we can!”

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