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Aerosmith Cancel Residency Show After Steven Tyler Loses His Voice


Bruce Henne | 09-28-2019

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(hennemusic) Aerosmith were forced to cancel their September 26th Deuces Are Wild residency concert in Las Vegas after frontman Steven Tyler lost his voice.

"I lost my voice... but I can't talk about it," posted Tyler on social media. "Refunds for Thursday 26th of September's canceled performance will be issued at point of purchase. @aerosmith #deucesarewild"

The Boston band's next scheduled performance as part of their Deuces Are Wild residency at the Park Theater at Park MGM is set for Saturday, September 28.

Aerosmith - who launched the series in April - recently extended the residency with the addition of new dates in 2020 "due to extraordinary demand."

Following a fall run of shows that will wrap up in early December, the group will return in the new year for more appearances; a three-week series will begin in late January and be followed by a two-week stand in May. Read more here.

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