"It hasn't really felt like a tour," Perry tells Billboard.com. "It's been such a stop-and-go thing. In some ways the band has played the best it ever has, and with ZZ Top on the bill and everything and Billy (Gibbons) coming up (on stage)...it was building up to be the best show and best tour we've done in a long time. In another couple weeks it was going to be a really unique kind of tour for us. Right now I don't know what's going to happen."
Tyler was injured when he fell from a catwalk during a performance Aug. 5 in Sturgis, S.D. He was taken to a local hospital and then returned to Boston, where he was being evaluated on Monday. Meanwhile, Ticketmaster announced the postponement of the group's five-city western Canada swing. An announcement about the fate of the rest of the tour, which is currently booked into September, is expected soon.