AEROSMITH To Resume Touring Tonight
AEROSMITH are in a "holding pattern," guitarist Joe Perry told The Boston Globe, after canceling three shows because Steven Tyler blew out his voice. The band hope to resume its tour tonight in Pittsburgh, then next Thursday play the Tweeter Center with CHEAP TRICK. "It's a miracle how Steven does what he does," Perry said. "There's not many people who can sing like he can and put out and deliver every night. He doesn't hold anything back. But the voice is a piece of fragile equipment."
AEROSMITH plan to perform an additional gig on June 30 in Pelham, Alabama as a replacement for the group's June 6 concert, which was the first show scrapped. The other canceled dates were June 12 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 14 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and June 16 in Virginia Beach, Virginia. AEROSMITH launched the tour to support their blues album, "Honkin' on Bobo", on March 11 in Lubbock, Texas.
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