Gavin DeGraw who recently was injured in an attack and a hit-and-run in New York City was released from the Beth Israel Hospital on Wednesday.

The singer, known for his song "Chariot," tweeted to fans regarding the accident.

"Hi my friends. Honestly, I don't remember much. I only know I can recover from here. Thank u all for your genuine concern. I love u guys," DeGraw tweeted.

DeGraw, who was leaving a bar he co-owns with his brother called National Underground, was attacked by a group of men and subsequently was hit by a taxi ten blocks away early Monday morning at 4 a.m., according to several reports. The singer suffered a broken nose for which he underwent surgery and a concussion along with other minor injuries.

Details about the attack have not emerged, aside from ruling out that he was mugged. Rumors have circulated claiming that since DeGraw cannot remember the attack, he was obviously drunk. However, his brother, Joseph, said he was not drunk and only drank cranberry juice all evening blaming a concussion for the memory lapse.

Gavin DeGraw, on tour with Maroon 5 and Train, has cancelled his upcoming performances.