In a recent turn of events, legendary rocker Steven Tyler has made a public appearance following his vocal injury, which led to the postponement of Aerosmith’s farewell tour. The band had to reschedule several shows due to Tyler’s vocal cord problems, which initially necessitated a thirty-day hiatus from singing. Subsequent updates revealed that Tyler had sustained a fracture to his larynx, prompting the band to reschedule all their tour dates to 2024.
Recently, Tyler resurfaced in a series of pictures shared by photographer Ross Halfin on Instagram. The images depict Tyler playing his guitar and capturing a heartfelt smile, showcasing the rock icon’s ongoing recovery journey. Notably, Halfin’s accompanying description shared his experience with the “Demon of Screaming,” highlighting Tyler’s resilient spirit during his recuperation. Fans flooded the post with messages of support and well-wishes, expressing their hopes for Tyler’s swift and complete recovery.
The rescheduled tour dates, originally set to take place in Detroit, Chicago, Washington, Toronto, Raleigh, and Cleveland, have been pushed back to commence from January 29. The band has announced their intent to resume the tour, with performances scheduled at notable venues across various cities.
While the current announcement provides a glimmer of hope for Aerosmith fans, it remains uncertain whether the band plans to add more shows to the existing lineup. The rescheduled tour dates serve as a testament to Tyler’s determination and the enduring spirit of Aerosmith, hinting at the potential for the band to return to the stage with renewed vigor and enthusiasm.
The rescheduled shows are planned to start on January 29. The rest of the dates go as follows:
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