Steven Tyler ‘Forced’ Into Rehab By Aerosmith Member


Steven Tyler acclaimed Aerosmith frontman recently gave a feature to Haute Living about his sobriety and being honored at Musicares next year. In addition, Tyler states how he went away to a mental institution in the mid-eighties and discussed a moment where the band and management sent him to rehab as they were on vacation. Steven Tyler reveals drug ‘worse’ than heroin.

Tyler wrote: “Aerosmith made it from ’72 to ’79 not necessarily stoned, but beautiful… then we all became very f***ed up. There were no such things as rehabs; there were mental institutions. I went away in ’84 and ’86, and I didn’t really get it. The early ’80s were terrible, and drugs took us down. I was the first one to get treatment. There was a moment in ’88 where management and the band pulled an intervention on me. They thought, ‘Get the lead singer sober, and all our problems would be over.’ So, I got sober, and you know it took me many years to get over the anger of them sending me to rehab while they went on vacation.” Steven Tyler’s ‘open relationship’ with big-name revealed.

In other news regarding Steven Tyler and Aerosmith, fans recently took to social media to discuss one of the group’s most iconic albums – Toys In The Attic. One fan noted: “Walk this Way and Sweet Emotion being radio hits in 75/76 set the stage for the album Toys in the Attic to be a big hit. While the first two albums had faired respectably Toys in the Attic put the boys from Boston on the map. Aerosmith had already made two great albums, this one was the one that had multiple hits, so everybody had to buy the album, and then they were treated to a hard rock classic. From beginning to end Toys in the Attic holds up great, and is one of the greatest albums of its time. Twenty-nine years after it’s release about half the songs on the album are still making it into their concert setlists. These boys know how to rock, Aerosmith is one of the greatest rock n roll bands of all-time and has retained a huge audience more than 30 years into the game. For fans new to Aerosmith buy this album first, even if you buy all of their hits compilations you still must buy Toys in the Attic, as well as for Get Your Wings, and Rocks.” This Steven Tyler new ‘drug treatment’ was just revealed.