Disturbing Steven Tyler Health Update At 75 Confirms The Rumors – And It’s What We Feared

Aerosmith’s final tour dates, Peace Out: The Farewell Tour, had to be canceled this week, disappointing the tens of thousands of fans ready to see Steven Tyler perform.

The main singer for Aerosmith, Steven Tyler, stated on Instagram that he has been told to cease singing for the next 30 days due to significant damage to his vocal chords.

The legendary rock band informed fans that the events scheduled for September 12 in Toronto, September 15 in Chicago, September 18 in Detroit, September 21 in Raleigh, and September 27 in Washington, D.C., have all been postponed until early 2024.

The statement starts with, “To all our fans.”

“It breaks my heart to report that I have been given severe medical instructions not to sing for the next 30 days.During the performance on Saturday, I damaged my voice cords, which caused further hemorrhage.

We’ll need to reschedule a few events so we can return and give you the show you deserve.

“All previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new dates,” Aerosmith continued. Those who are unable to attend will be able to get refunds. Fans should contact their point of purchase if they have any issues about refunds.

Peace Out: The Farewell Tour, which will have 40 performances, was announced on May 1 and was scheduled to run from September 2 (Philadelphia) to January 26 (Montreal).

The tour will, however, end at a later time due to the postponements.The Aerosmith will start touring again on Monday, October 11, according to the most recent reports.

Given the ages of the band members, it is admirable that they decided to give their devoted fans one last tour. In March, Tyler turned 75, and one can only speculate what the physical toll a 40-show tour may have on his body.

That being said, it comes as no surprise that he’s eager to go above and above, especially in light of the unselfish nature of his past behavior.

The Aerosmith frontman gave $500,000 to renovate an appropriate 82-acre building around Memphis in order to create a shelter for abused and neglected children back in 2019.

The house, which goes by the name “Janie’s House” in honor of Aerosmith’s 1989 smash tune Janie’s Got a Gun, aims to give women who have nowhere else to turn a safe haven.

Let’s hope Steven Tyler can swiftly pick himself up and resume performing!

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