Aerosmith frontman, Steven Tyler, is out of rehab after an extended and successful stay.
Tyler, 74, checked out of the facility earlier this week, noting that he stayed longer than the usual 30 days that complete rehab therapy.
The rock legend wanted to have confidence in his recovery before being discharged.
Tyler is totally clean and sober, is at a healthy weight, and looks great, one source said.
Those around him say Tyler has made excellent progress in his lifelong battle and he’s doing “amazingly well.”
On May 24, the singer’s bandmates — Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer, and Brad Whitford — announced their frontman “recently relapsed” following foot surgery and “voluntarily” checked himself into treatment.
Perry, 71, Hamilton, 70, Kramer, 71, and Whitford, 70, initially intervened on Tyler in 1998.
“It took me many years to get over the anger of them sending me to rehab while they went on vacation,” he said in December 2019. “But today, because of that moment … I am grateful and owe thanks to them for my sobriety.”
Tyler said at the time that he believed being high on drugs gave his performances a “certain rawness,” but the addiction inhibited his “greatness.”
“All the magic that you thought worked when you were high comes out when you get sober,” he said, noting that he was on his “fourth run” at the time and celebrating nine years of sobriety. “You realize it was always there, and your fear goes away.”
The Grammy winner added that relapsing would put him “at risk” of losing his loved ones.
Tyler is father to four adult children — Liv, 44, Mia, 43, Chelsea, 33, and Taj, 31 — and has been dating his former personal assistant, Aimee Preston, since 2016.