Aerosmith forced to cancel their Las Vegas residency dates after frontman Steven Tyler admitted to a rehab clinic. The star, who has been detoxing for more than a decade, has relapsed after taking painkillers for foot surgery. The 74-year-old “voluntarily entered a treatment program to focus on his health and recovery,” his bandmates said in a statement. Aerosmith were supposed to start their shows titled ‘Deuces Are Wild’ on June 17th. The band explained that Tyler had undergone surgery “to prepare for the show”, but that the “need to manage the pain” had led to a relapse. All dates in June and July have been canceled. The band said they plan to resume residency at Park MGM in September. Earlier this year, Aerosmith had canceled a long-delayed UK and European tour due to “uncertainty about travel logistics and the continued presence of Covid restrictions and other problems “. They also announced that longtime drummer Joey Kramer was taking a “temporary leave” from the band to “focus on his family during these uncertain times”.
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