Legendary rockers AEROSMITH announced today that their previously announced performance at Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, Virginia on July 3 will be rescheduled. Singer Steven Tyler is under doctor's orders to refrain from performing to provide vocal rest. The concert will now take place on August 12.
AEROSMITH regrets any inconvenience and looks forward to returning to Jiffy Lube Live.
Tickets purchased for the July 3 show will be honored on the August 12 date.
AEROSMITH has pushed back the release date of its new album, "Music From Another Dimension", to November 6 from its original date of August 28.
All the recording has been completed for the disc, which will be AEROSMITH's first set of all-new material since 2001's "Just Push Play".
The first song to be heard from the album, "Legendary Child", is a reworked version of a track originally written during the sessions for 1993's "Get A Grip".
The track will also be included in the upcoming film "G.I. Joe: Retaliation", which was supposed to come out last Friday (June 29) but has now been pushed back to March 2013.
AEROSMITH began work on "Music From Another Dimension" last year, with the band laying down music tracks while Tyler made his debut as a judge on "American Idol".
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