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Aerosmith frontman Steven Tylerhas finished rehab and is "very successful."
Fox News Digital confirmed on Saturday that the singer checked out the facility earlier this week and stayed longer than the required 30 days.
Tyler's representative said the singer "is doing very well and looking forward to returning to the stage."
Steven Tyler rehab after relapse in May I checked out. (Axelle / Bauer-Griffin / FilmMagic)
In May, Aerosmith canceled his residence in Las Vegas due to Tyler's relapse. }. "Thank you for understanding and supporting Stephen during this time," read a statement from the band's official Twitter account.
Stephen Tyler to overcome the anger after Aerosmith's bandmate sent him for rehab
"As you know, our beloved brother Steven has been working on his drinking for many years. After foot surgery to prepare for the need for pain management during the stage and process, he Has recently relapsed and voluntarily participated in a treatment program to focus on his health and recovery. "
" This year while focusing on his well-being to his fans and friends. We will inform you that you must cancel your first residence date in Las Vegas in June and July. "
Bandwill be refunded to the ticket holder. Said.
Band added: "The 2022 schedule will continue from September and we will update you as soon as possible. We apologize for the inconvenience caused to many customers. We apologize for your inconvenience, especially our most loyal fans who often travel long distances to experience our show. "
" Understanding and support for Stephen during this time. "
Tyler opened in 2019 when the band had to send him out for rehab in 1988.
Steven Tyler has long been on the issue of substance abuse He was having a hard time and was sent to rehab by his bandmate in 1988. (Phillip Faraone / WireImage)
"There was a moment when management and the band intervened in me in 1988," Tyler said. } I told Auto Living . time. "They thought," Keeping the lead vocals calm will solve all our problems. " So I was calm, and as you know, it took years for them to get over their anger of sending me to rehab while they were on vacation.
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Tyler said this He said the experience helped keep him calm. Year.
"But today, for that moment ... I'm grateful and grateful to them for my drinking," he added.
Fox News' Julius Young contributed to this report.
Janelle Ash is an entertainment writer for FoxNews Digital.