We now know a little bit more about the health scare for Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler that forced the band to cancel the remainder of their South American tour. According to the Boston Globe, a source close to the band says that Steven suffered a seizure following Aerosmith’s September 24 concert in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He returned home immediately to seek medical treatment. It’s not clear what caused the seizure, and there’s been no further word on his condition.
Before Imagine Dragons launched their Evolve Word Tour this week, the band spent some time bringing joy to kids at the Cardon Children’s Medical Center in Mesa, Arizona, with a jam session with the young patients in the center’s new music-therapy room, called Sophie’s Place. Sophie’s Place was built by NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young and his wife Barb through their Forever Young Foundation.
Bush are streaming “The Beat Of Your Heart”, the latest single from their current album, “Black And White Rainbows.” Singer Gavin Rossdale says that the song is “about caring about someone from a distance and trying to be there for them and they’re too strung out and too busy to really connect with you … It has that sense of someone who’s just out of reach. But it doesn’t mean you don’t love them.” Check out the song here:
Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder recently spent a weekend busking on the streets near Wrigley Field in Chicago, and the band is now sharing a clip from the upcoming movie, Let’s Play Two, featuring a surprise rooftop show the band played across from ballpark as fans lined up for days ahead of Pearl Jam’s two shows at Wrigley. The soundtrack of Let’s Play Two will be released simultaneously with the film on September 29th, with the home video release set for November 17th. The soundtrack is available for pre-order now at pearljam.com.