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Another Aerosmith Show Hits The Dust

10:01 AM Monday 7/13/09 |   |

After postponing six shows, Aerosmith have called off another gig – tonight’s performance at the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise, Fla.

Aerosmith’s Web site announced tonight’s show and Friday’s show in Tampa, Fla., were being rescheduled “due to an artist injury.” The artist in question is frontman Steven Tyler, who has reportedly pulled a leg muscle.

Guitarist Joe Perry tweeted that the Florida shows would be rescheduled in October. He added, “Sorry for the let down. Better Steven recovers fully than halfway n strains his leg again.”

  • Aerosmith

    Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, NY
    June 26, 2009

    (Greg Allen / GregAllenPhotos.com)

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The band previously canceled shows in Cincinnati; Hershey, Pa.; Virginia Beach, Va.; Raleigh, N.C.; Charlotte, N.C.

Tickets purchased for the canceled shows will be honored at the rescheduled date, according to the band’s Web site.

Aerosmith is next set to perform Wednesday at Aaron’s Amphitheatre At Lakewood in Atlanta. The band has North American dates on the books through September.

Country artist Mickey Gilley was also forced to cancel shows because of an injury. The singer-songwriter is recovering from surgery after falling backward off a three-foot step in Branson, Mo., July 5 and injuring his back.

“Gilley came through surgery successfully, and is expected to make a full recovery. [He] will soon be transferred to a Houston, TX medical facility for further treatment,” according to the singer’s Web site.

The site noted that Gilley’s scheduled performances have been canceled “pending his full recovery.”

Click here for Aerosmith’s Web site.

Click here for Perry’s Twitter account.

Click here for Gilley’s Web site.


Comments

  1. seamusse wrote:

    02:39 AM, Aug 12, 2009

    Aerosmith has been in the industry for more than 30 yrs. Too bad, I hope that accident will not put the band in an end . Ok, people looking out for the fallout of the Steven Tyler fall incident, we got the skinny.  After the Steven Tyler fall incident during an Aerosmith concert at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota, he was airlifted to a hospital, and treated for injuries to his head and shoulders.  He did not suffer a concussion, had a couple of broken bones and a few stitches.  He broke his shoulder so all concert dates will be postponed for up to two months.  A broken shoulder is a painful injury, especially when the singer is over 60 years of age.  Ticket holders need not fret over the <a rev="vote for" title="UPDATE On Steven Tyler Fall | Condition and Future Concerts" href="personalmoneystore.com/.../update-steven-tyler-fall-condition-future-concerts ">Steven Tyler fall</a> – dates are merely postponed, so you won't need a cash loan for new tickets.

  2. LASCENE wrote:

    11:41 AM, Aug 06, 2009

    C'Mon Steven,  U can use a Electric Wheelchair or better yet a SEGWAY.

  3. Fastnuf wrote:

    07:52 AM, Aug 06, 2009

    Now another Aerosmith concert gets cancelled!  These guys are the Kings of cancelling concerts.  They have become the punch line in the concert industry.  Too bad.

  4. wildthing wrote:

    12:36 PM, Jul 13, 2009

    I like their music have seen them many times, but no longer waste my money on buying tickets to their show, for this very reason.  They have a BAD habit of postponing shows on their tours.  It seems there is a pattern every tour, when they have to postpone/cancel, did it in my city, three times and when they did finally play, it was a show that both Steven and Joe appeared as if it was our pleasure to be graced by their presence.   The show left me disappointed considering they had inconvenienced the fans in my city.  It had happened on a previous tour as well.  Aerosmith needs to give up going on the road.  Though they are not drugged out like in the 70's to mess up a show, now it is your are falling apart, physically.  Won't waste my money on their tickets, as they will screw up the date somehow.

  5. Trainarollin wrote:

    11:21 AM, Jul 13, 2009

    Aerosmith is still one the top live acts.

  6. LASCENE wrote:

    11:21 AM, Jul 13, 2009

    Nah, thay are not too old.  They just need to have General Jagger & Physical Trainer Richards burn them a workout/longevity DVD.  Man, can you see Richards or Charlie Watts on a treadmill?    What about Tyler on a treadmill?  Please take your scarf off before the workout, would hate to see you get killed during your workout.

  7. JeffMikey wrote:

    10:51 AM, Jul 13, 2009

    Okay Aerosmith: face it, you're a bunch of old coots who can't handle life on the road anymore.



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