Rock Star Steven Tyler Hospitalized Suffering ‘Unexpected Medical Issues’ Requiring Immediate Attention. Liv Tyler Gives Update

Aerosmith suddenly canceled tour dates over Steven Tyler’s health concerns.  Aerosmith axed the four remaining dates of its South American leg due to Steven Tyler’s serious concerns over his health.

Tyler flew back to the U.S. on Monday night after a show in Sao Paulo, Brazil and was quickly taken to the hospital.

Tyler said he is “not in a life-threatening condition, ” but the concerns have caused him to seek medical care “immediately.”

The band canceled two shows this month, in Curitiba, Brazil, and Santiago, Chile, and two shows next month, in Rosario, Argentina, and Monterrey, Mexico.

No word yet on Steven Tyler’s illness recovery but know he’s getting the best medical treatment possible.  Tyler says no need to worry.

“Please not to worry,” Tyler said in the same statement. “I am not in a life threatening condition, but I need to deal with this right away, and get some rest and medical care immediately in order to sustain and maintain my future performances.”

Fans sent well wishes to Steven Tyler over social media.




One fan couldn’t believe Steven Tyler wasn’t feeling well, saying that his performances were amazing.


Aerosmith formed in Boston in 1971 and are known for hits “Walk This Way,” “Dream On,” and many others.

Steven Tyler is expected to make a full recovery.

Update: Liv Tyler assured her father’s fans that he’s on the mend.

“He is okay,” Liv said on The Jonathan Ross Show. “It was just one of those things when he had a little thing that needed to be taken care of and he was in pain.

“It’s hard when you’re on tour because you don’t want to let everybody down. And then it just got bad and he had to go to LA to have a little operation. He is recovering.”


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