Get well soon, Steven!

Aerosmith postpones further concerts
Western Canadian Aerosmith fans will have to wait a bit longer to see the veteran rockers, with the band’s remaining three concerts this week postponed following lead singer’s Steven Tyler’s recent fall.
Keystone Entertainment and Ticketmaster have announced that this week’s concerts in Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver have been postponed. Weekend concerts in Winnipeg and Regina were also nixed.
Ticketmaster cited Tyler’s injuries for the decision.
“A rescheduled tour announcement is forthcoming,” the company said in a statement. “Ticket holders are being asked to keep their tickets as they will be honoured on the rescheduled date. Upon announcement of new concert dates, information for ticket buyers that are unable to attend will be also be released.”
Tyler, 61, fell during a concert near Sturgis, S.D., on Aug. 5. While concert crew were repairing a blown fuse, he was entertaining the crowd by dancing, when he tumbled off the stage.
According to Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry, Tyler suffered a broken shoulder and received stitches to his head. Perry said his injured bandmate flew to Boston to meet with his own doctor.
The band’s tour is scheduled to continue in the U.S. next week, swinging back into Canada in early September.