Aerosmith's Steven Tyler checked out of rehab last week following a drug relapse in late May, reports said.

According to a spokesperson for the 74-year-old singer, he is doing well and looking forward to performing again.

He reportedly checked out several days after completing a 30-day rehabilitation program to ensure his sobriety.

The group's “Deuces Are Wild” residency was slated to kick off at Park MGM's Dolby Live on June 17 but was canceled by its members in late May.

Apparently, he has relapsed and entered a treatment program after foot surgery in preparation for the stage.

"We are devastated that so many of you have been inconvenienced, especially our most loyal fans who travel great distances."

According to Tyler, his bandmates staged an intervention for him in 1988 to encourage him to seek help for his drug addiction.

Tyler told the magazine that the band and management pulled an intervention on me in '88.

In 2009, Tyler was treated for prescription drug abuse after experiencing another post-surgery relapse.