The band had been planning to play Las Vegas’ Dolby Live at the Park MGM in June and July, yet dropped those dates after Tyler had a backslide following foot a medical procedure, The Hollywood Reporter detailed.
“As a considerable lot of you know, our dearest sibling Steven has dealt with his temperance for a long time.
After foot a medical procedure to get ready for the stage and the need to torment the executives during the cycle, he has as of late backslid and deliberately entered a therapy program to focus on his wellbeing and recuperation,” the band said in an explanation.
“We are genuinely sorry to illuminate our fans and companions that we should drop our most memorable arrangement of Las Vegas Residency dates this June and July while he centers around his prosperity.”
In January, the band dropped its European visit, additionally planned for June and July, because of COVID-19 worries.
Assuming that all works out in a good way, Aerosmith will be once again at the MGM beginning Sept. 14.
Tyler has for quite some time been open about his battles with moderation since he previously went into treatment in the last part of the 1980s.
As of late, his backslides have been connected with torment the board for his muscular issues, brought about by many years of moving in front of an audience and Morton’s neuroma, a thickening of the nerves in the feet that can cause agony and enlarge, as per Variety.