Sept. 29 (UPI) — Aerosmith is suspending the rest of its 2023 tour dates.
The rock band introduced Friday that it’s going to reschedule the remainder of its Peace Out farewell tour to 2024 as singer Steven Tyler, 75, continues to recuperate from a vocal harm.
“To our followers: Sadly, Steven’s vocal harm is extra severe than initially thought. His physician has confirmed that along with the harm to his vocal cords, he has suffered a fractured larynx which would require ongoing care,” Aerosmith stated in a press release.
He added: “He’s receiving one of the best medical therapy obtainable to make sure a speedy restoration, however given the character of the fracture, he has been instructed that persistence is crucial.”
Aerosmith has not but introduced the rescheduled dates. Beforehand bought tickets might be honored on the brand new dates, whereas refunds might be obtainable for many who have been unable to attend.
“I am unhappy to not be with Aerosmith, my brothers and the wonderful Black Crowes, rocking with one of the best followers on the planet. I promise we might be again as quickly as we are able to!” Tyler stated.
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Aerosmith beforehand rescheduled a number of tour dates to 2024, citing harm to Tyler’s vocal wire.
“I am sorry to say that I’ve obtained strict physician’s orders to not carry out for the subsequent 30 days. I sustained vocal wire harm throughout Saturday’s present which resulted in subsequent bleeding,” Tyler stated on September 11. “We’ll come again and provide the efficiency you deserve.”
Aerosmith started the tour on September 2 in Philadelphia and was scheduled to conclude the tour in January 2024.
The band fashioned in Boston in 1970 and has since launched 15 albums.