Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler experiencing medical problem, rope cancels shows


LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Aerosmith lead thespian Steven Tyler is traffic with an “unexpected medical issue” that has forced a rope to cancel 4 shows in South America, a organisation pronounced in a matter on Tuesday.

Tyler is approaching to make a full recovery, a rope said.

The rope has canceled a following dates on their Latin American tour: Curitiba, Brazil, on Wednesday; Santiago, Chile, on Saturday; Rosario, Argentina, on Oct. 3; and Monterrey, Mexico on Oct. 7.

“Unfortunately, due to astonishing medical issues, lead thespian Steven Tyler is seeking evident caring and has been suggested by his doctors that he can't transport or perform during this time,” a rope pronounced in a statement.

The matter did not contend what medical issues have influenced Tyler. A mouthpiece for a thespian did not immediately lapse a phone call or email.

“I am not in a life melancholy condition, though we need to understanding with this right away, and get some rest and medical caring immediately in sequence to means and say my destiny performances,” Tyler pronounced in a matter concomitant a band’s summary about a cancellations.

Aerosmith progressing this month played shows in Rio and São Paulo, Brazil.

Tyler in 2006 underwent outspoken chord surgery.

Reporting by Alex Dobuzinskis; Editing by Michael Perry


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