Steven Tyler has sent his "love" to his Aerosmith bandmate Joe Perry after he collapsed at a concert.
The 68-year-old rocker has showed his support for Perry after he was rushed to hospital after he reportedly suffered a cardiac arrest on stage at the Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island in Brooklyn on Sunday (10.07.16).
Taking to Twitter on Monday (11.07.16), Tyler wrote: "I LOVE YOU @JOEPERRY ... FEEL THE MILLIONS OF PRAYERS COMING YOUR WAY ... WE ALL LOVE YOU .. SENDING WHITE LIGHT AND ALL THAT I GOT YOUR WAY ... ST (sic)"
Perry was performing with the Hollywood Vampires - also comprised of Alice Cooper and Johnny Depp - when he had his health scare and the 'Poison' hitmaker gave an update on Perry's condition saying he was "stable".
He wrote: "Thanks to everyone asking about brother @JoePerry. He is stable right now, with family & is under the best care. (sic)"
It comes as the future of the 'Crazy' hitmakers is uncertain after Tyler announced the band would go out on their final tour in 2017.
However, Perry is adamant the band are not splitting up.
He recently said: "At this point in our lives and career, maybe it is time to say, 'OK, it's the end of this era - but there's a new era on the horizon.' So I don't know if I'm comfortable saying 'final tour' and making a big deal out of it."
Guitarist Brad Whitford has backed up Tyler's claim.
He said: "I guess it's just because of our age. You know, something's gonna happen. It's just inevitable that somebody's not gonna be able to do it anymore. So it would be very nice to take a nice long bow and say thank you and ... put it to bed kind of gracefully."