Aerosmith Cancels Second Las Vegas Residency Show After Steven Tyler Falls Ill: ‘We Sincerely Apologize’

Aerosmith has been compelled to defer two Las Vegas residency shows as frontman Steven Tyler recuperates from an undisclosed disease.

The band dropped a subsequent show in its Deuces Are Wild residency at the Dolby Live Performance center at Park MGM set for Monday night, saying that the “Fantasy On” vocalist, 74, required extra rest. “On the exhortation of my PCP, I’m getting some margin to rest,” Tyler said in an explanation.

“There is no place we’d prefer be than in front of an audience encompassed by the best fans on the planet.”

The band closed its proclamation, which was shared to web-based entertainment, with a conciliatory sentiment to fans.

The update came days after Friday night’s show was likewise canceled, with Aerosmith saying that, “with extraordinary dissatisfaction,” the show was dropped “because of Steven feeling unwell and unfit to perform.” Aerosmith said at the time that the rocker was supposed to recuperate in time for Monday’s show.

The band is as of now actually booked to have shows on Thursday and Sunday of this current week.

Aerosmith’s residency started off in September, 90 days after its unique day for kickoff was pushed once again for Tyler to look for treatment for substance misuse.

The Wild Lobby of Famers declared in May that Tyler had backslid in the wake of going through a medical procedure on his foot.

“As a large number of you know, our darling brother Steven has dealt with his moderation for a long time,” Aerosmith said in a virtual entertainment explanation at that point.

“After foot a medical procedure to plan for the stage and the need of torment the executives during the cycle, he has as of late backslid and intentionally entered a therapy program to focus on his wellbeing and recuperation.” The star finished a stretch in recovery in July, with a rep saying at the time that he was “doing very well and anticipating being back in front of an audience.”

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