Singer Gavin DeGraw was hospitalized after being brutally attacked by a group of people in New York City late Sunday night, TMZ first reported.
The 34-year-old singer was admitted into Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan with a broken nose and lacerations to his face.
DeGraw had been drinking with friends in the East Village neighborhood and was on his way home when he was approached by a group of men at 4 a.m. He was also hit by a cab as he stumbled away from the attackers, according to the New York Daily News.
"Gavin DeGraw was assaulted . . . and was taken to the emergency room at Bellevue Hospital by ambulance. He is currently under observation. We have no additional information at this time," a rep for the singer said in a statement.
The New York native is in the middle of a U.S. tour with Maroon 5 and Train. He was scheduled to perform in Saratoga Springs, NY on Tuesday, but his appearance has since been cancelled.
On Monday night, Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine took to Twitter to express well wishes to his tour mate.
"Please send your love to @gavindegraw tonight. We love you buddy. Get well and get back out here!" Levine wrote.
DeGraw first rose to music fame in 2004, when he re-released his album "Chariot," which reached Platinum status in the U.S. The album produced hits such as "Follow Through," "Chariot" and "I Don't Want to Be," which was the theme song to the television series "One Tree Hill" for five seasons. DeGraw's fourth studio album, "Sweeter," is scheduled for a Sept. 6 release.
No arrests have been made since the weekend attack.