Steven Tyler Resurfaces For The First Time Since Suffering Vocal Injury

The last time Steven Tyler was seen since his voice damage was recently.

Aerosmith’s final tour had to be postponed due to Tyler’s vocal chord issues. The band had to cancel six gigs in early September after the rock star hurt his vocal cords and was told not to sing for thirty days.

It was revealed after the news that the rocker had broken his larynx. The rock star’s injuries forced the band to postpone all of its gigs until 2024.

New Pictures of Tyler

Tyler recently appeared in a fresh Instagram snap that photographer Ross Halfin posted. The rock star can be seen in the image smiling in a photo and taking a selfie after he is spotted picking up his instrument. Halfin described the item as follows:

“Los Angeles a day with The ‘Demon of Screaming’ although not a lot of Screaming as Steven’s recuperating. Great to see him. The slide he’s playing on the guitar once belonged to the great Mr Peter Green.”

Fans of the photographer left him many kind comments on his post. A few others gave their well wishes and showed their appreciation for the rocker. A commenter said:

“Thank you very much for the photos! It’s good to see that Steven is doing well, I can see in these pictures that Steven is on the road to recovery… I wish him lots of strength, light, and love on this journey. Hoping to see you again soon!”

The New Dates for 2024 Shows

The events that were postponed were scheduled to occur in Detroit, Chicago, Raleigh, Toronto, Washington, and Cleveland. The new dates for the concerts are set to begin on January 29. The remaining dates proceed 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

It’s unclear if the band will add any additional performances to the dates that were just revealed.

Two images from the most recent post are shown below.

Credit: Ross Halfin – Instagram


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