Gavin DeGraw remains in the hospital today after being attacked by a group of men in New York City yesterday.
The attack came early Monday morning when the singer was beaten up in New York’s East Village by a group of men.
The New York Post reported that DeGraw had been drinking and just left a group of friends when he was attacked by the group sometime between 3:50 and 4:20 a.m. at 6th Street and 1st Avenue. Police reportedly do not believe it was a robbery attempt. According to MTV, earlier, a DeGraw spokesperson released a statement revealing that the singer was taken to Bellevue Hospital in an ambulance after the incident.
The attack resulted in a broken nose and cuts on his face, reported the Associated Press. The singer canceled his Tuesday show in New York. No word on the status of his Jones Beach performance, which was planned for Friday.
The singer is best known for his hit “I Don’t Want to Be,” as well as “Chariot” and “In Love With a Girl.”
Currently, the singer is set to release his fifth album, “Sweeter,” this September.