This is the second time the Beantown rockers have amended the tour schedule. October concerts originally scheduled for Pittsburgh, Toronto, and Dayton, Ohio, were canceled due to Tyler’s throat problems.

All in all, Aerosmith’s Just Push Play outing has done quite well, especially considering the recent downturn in the economy. Since its June 6 launch, the tour has grossed more than $32 million and sold approximately 90 percent its tickets.

The band is scheduled to be on the road with reunited English psychedelic rockers The Cult until December 17, although there is talk of extending the tour through January.

Barring any further problems, the band should head back out November 10 in Lexington, Ky.