34-year old singer and New York native Gavin DeGraw had to cancel a concert scheduled for this coming Tuesday in Saratoga Springs, New York because he was a victim of vicious attack early Sunday morning in New York City’s East Village.
In a released statement by a spokesman for the singer, Gavin arrived at Bellevue Hospital’s emergency room by ambulance and was treated for a concussion, broken nose and multiple cuts on his face. The statement also said the singer is still under observation.
Reportedly, a group of men attacked Gavin. It is unclear as to why the assault took place or how many men attacked the singer. Police say the identities of the men are unknown at this time.
So far, there have not been any arrests made nor have there been any more details released about the attack. The assault is still under investigation by police, so hopefully more details will be released soon.
Gavin is probably best known for his hit song “I Don’t Want To Be” which became the theme song for the hit TV show “One Tree Hill.” Two of Gavin’s other hit songs are “Chariot” and “Follow Through.”
This September Gavin DeGraw will release his new album called “Sweeter.”