Steven Tyler’s Vocal Cord Damage: A Setback for Aerosmith’s Frontman

Grim X-ray on Steven Tyler confirms the truth – and his condition is worse than first feared

It is with a heavy heart that we bring you the latest update on Aerosmith’s frontman, Steven Tyler. Just yesterday, we reported that the band had to cancel a month’s worth of tour dates due to Tyler’s vocal cord damage. Unfortunately, it appears that his condition is even worse than initially thought. According to TMZ, the legendary rock singer is currently struggling to speak.

Now, let us assure you that Tyler’s recovery is inevitable, though the time it may take is uncertain. Nevertheless, there is no denying that the 75-year-old is facing significant challenges with his famous singing voice.

Earlier this week, Aerosmith took to Instagram to provide an update to their fans. They announced that shows in Toronto, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Raleigh, and Washington D.C. have all been postponed until early 2024. Tyler himself further clarified the matter, revealing that doctors have advised him not to sing at all for the next 30 days. This comes after he sustained substantial vocal cord damage during a concert in Long Island, causing bleeding.

Steven Tyler undergoing treatment

X-rays have shown that Tyler’s vocal cords are “mangled,” adding more drama to the situation. Interestingly, it is believed that the injury occurred early on during Aerosmith’s set at the Long Island gig. However, the dedicated singer continued to perform, and no one in the audience was aware of his impairment.

Currently, Tyler is unable to speak and can only produce squeaky sounds when he tries to talk. Despite this setback, he plans to make a comeback as quickly as possible, refusing to omit any risky high notes when he does.

Originally scheduled to begin on September 2 in Philadelphia and conclude on January 26 in Montreal, Aerosmith’s Peace Out: The Farewell Tour will now finish at a later date. The latest reports suggest that the band will resume touring on Monday, October 11.

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