Stephen Tyler of Aerosmith Goes to Rehabilitation After Relapse – NBC10 Philadelphia

Aerosmith‘s Stephen Tyler gives priority to their needs.

On May 24, the rock band said it was canceling June and July The show is in Las Vegas while a 74-year-old man – who spoke openly about his fight against drug addiction –seeking treatment.

“As many of you know, our beloved brother Stephen has been working on his sobriety for many years,” the group said in a statement on Instagram. “After foot surgery to prepare for the stage and the need to treat pain during the process, he recently fell ill and voluntarily enrolled in a treatment program to focus on his health and recovery ”.

While Tyler is “focusing on his well-being,” the band – including Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer, Joe Perry and Brad Whitford – have said they hope to return to the stage in September.

“We are devastated by the inconvenience of many of you, especially our most loyal fans, who often travel long distances to experience our shows,” the statement said. “Thank you for understanding and supporting Stephen at this time.”

Back in 1988, Tyler’s leadership and comrades in the group organized the intervention, a moment he was initially outraged but learned to appreciate.

“They thought, ‘Sober up the soloist and all our problems will end.’ So I’m sober and you know it took me many years to overcome their anger sends me to rehab“He said Haute Living in 2019. “But today, because of this moment … I am grateful and indebted to them for my sobriety. My sobriety cost me no less.”


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