According to TMZ, AEROSMITH guitarist Joe Perry was rushed to the hospital on Saturday night (November 10) after carrying out Billy Joel in New York City.
Perry had just stopped playing "Go here" with Joel at Madison Square Garden and had gone back to his dressing room. A source associated with the concert told the tabloid website that Joe collapsed and "looked terrible".
Paramedics rushed to the scene and worked at the 68-year-old for about 40 minutes. A trachea was lowered in the throat to clear the airway and an eyewitness said to the site "Joe did not look good. "The ambulance staff then put the guitar on a stretcher, gave him oxygen and rushed him to a hospital.
Joes state is still unknown, and his reps did not respond immediately to a New York Daily News Request for comment.
Perry is scheduled to kick a solo tour on November 30 in support of his latest solo album, "Sweetzerland Manifesto".
Back in July 2016, Perry collapsed on the stage mid-song under a HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES concert in brooklyn He was then introduced as the rumors of cardiovascular spread. Sources later said that "a combination of dehydration and fatigue" was to blame.
"I've probably had some other cases where I've pushed over the edge, but never on that public road, you know?" Joe told Boston Globe Earlier this year. "Certainly, we see more and more people passing from one thing to another, whether it's age or abuse. And I do not want to be on that list. So I learned a lot. But, obviously, I rediscovered the guitar you know many things I took for granted and left me in this long and varied career, I went back to again. "
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