Aerosmith's 6 concerts canceled due to illness

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Steven Tyler, the lead singer of the legendary rock band Aerosmith, had six concerts canceled due to discomfort in his vocal cords.

Aerosmith's 6 concerts canceled due to illness

The world-famous US rock bandAerosmith gave bad news to their fans. The legendary rock band announced that lead singer Steven Tyler postponed six concerts due to discomfort in his vocal cords.

The band announced the postponement on its social media account and announced new concert dates.

"I regret to inform you that I have received strict instructions from the doctor not to sing for the next thirty days. During Saturday's concert, I suffered damage to my vocal cord, which subsequently caused bleeding. We will have to postpone a few dates so that we can come back and give you the performance you deserve," Steven Tyler said in his social media post.

The postponed concerts were to take place in Detroit, Chicago, Washington, Toronto, Raleigh, and Cleveland. New concert dates were announced for January and February 2024.

Source: BBC

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