AEROSMITH's Maui Concert To Go Ahead Despite Tour Cancellation

Gary C.W. Chun of reports that AEROSMITH will honor a court settlement and perform a concert on Maui in late September or early October, according to an attorney who represented thousands of ticket holders who sued after the band canceled a concert two years ago.

Attorney Brandee Faria said she talked on Friday (August 14) with AEROSMITH's lawyer, Jay Handlin, and was assured the band would perform.

The band's publicist announced Thursday that it was canceling its summer tour after singer Steven Tyler was injured when he fell off a stage Aug. 5 while performing in South Dakota.

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