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Steven Tyler’s First Live Stage Appearance Since Undergoing Vocal Treatment

Aerosmith's Steven Tyler joined the Black Crowes for a song in London this week. It marks Steven Tyler's first live stage appearance since cancelling the Aerosmith "Peace Out" tour. The "Peace Out" tour was cut short after just a handful of shows because Tyler's larynx couldn't keep up. He underwent major rest and training to get show ready again. And show ready Tyler seems to be. But don't take my word for it. Check it out for yourself in the video below. Aerosmith's Peace Out Goes Out The rumors about Aerosmith mounting one last world tour had been swirling for months, if not years. Finally, it had come true. They'd launch their "Peace Out" tour in Philadelphia and bring it just about everywhere. They tapped the newly reformed Black Crowes to be their opening act. The first show's set list was a fan's delight pulling old-school track like the show opening "Back In The Saddle" and the encore's "Walk This Way" and "Dream On". Pop hits were represented well with "Rag Doll" and "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing". But it only lasted three shows before they had to pull the plug on the "Peace Out". Vocalist Steven Tyler hurt is voice and couldn't continue. Vocal rehab and rest were due. The schedule was put on hold. Just recently the rescheduled dates were announced. Opportunity Knocked For The Crowes The pause on the Aerosmith "Peace Out" tour gave the Black Crowes the window they needed to re-plan their own future. Songs were written and recorded and Crowe's fans rejoiced in the release of "Happiness Bastards"; the Black Crowes first original music release in 13 years. The album is not a look back, it's a pure rock vision of the Crowe's future. The "Happiness Bastards" world tour has shown the Black Crowes reintroducing songs from their catalog that fans thought they'd never hear again alongside their own radio hits and covers that have surprised even the hardest-to-please fans. The Crowes set lists have been great. Steven Tyler's First Live Stage Appearance The "Happiness Bastards" tour is what brings us to Steven Tyler's first live stage appearance since September of 2023. Tyler joined the Black Crowes in London for a pretty sweet version of "Mama Kin". Have a look: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_McLktV6ns

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