Aerosmith postpones second Canadian show

REGINA — Aerosmith has postponed a second Canadian show due to lead singer Steven Tyler’s injuries, but a spokesman for the concert promoter says rescheduled dates should be announced within days.

REGINA — Aerosmith has postponed a second Canadian show due to lead singer Steven Tyler’s injuries, but a spokesman for the concert promoter says rescheduled dates should be announced within days.

Tyler, 61, tumbled off stage during a concert Wednesday and reportedly suffered head and shoulder injuries in the fall.

A show in Winnipeg on Friday had to be postponed, as has a second in Regina on Sunday.

Spokesman Brad Walker of Bottomline Productions says no decision has been made yet for the next two concerts in Edmonton on Tuesday and in Calgary on Thursday.

But he says Aerosmith’s management has suggested the band will be ready to announce new dates for the postponed shows by the middle of next week.

Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry had said earlier Friday that he didn’t know if the band would be able to keep its current tour going because of Tyler’s injuries.

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