Singer-songwriter Tom Grennan hospitalized in New York after stroke

NEW YORK CITY (CelebrityAccess) — English singer-songwriter Tom Grennan is recovering in hospital after being attacked during a robbery outside New York City.

According to a statement posted on social media by Grennan’s manager, John Dawkins, Grennan was attacked early Friday morning outside a bar in Manhattan after his performance at the Bowery Ballroom on Thursday.

“In the early hours of this morning after Tom’s show in New York, he was the victim of an unprovoked attack and robbery outside a bar in Manhattan. Tom is currently in hospital being evaluated by doctors for his injuries, which include a ruptured ear, a torn eardrum and a problem with his previously fractured jaw.

“Despite this, Tom is in good spirits but needs to recover temporarily while doctors assess his ability to continue his tour.”

“Tom is desperate not to let anyone down, but we have made the precautionary decision to reschedule the Washington show tomorrow (April 22) to a later date with details to follow. We will update future broadcasts if any changes need to be made.

“We want to thank Tom’s amazing American fans for their support and understanding.”

Grennan, who is riding the success of recent hits such as “Little Bit of Love” and “Let’s Go Home Together” is currently scheduled for shows in North America with shows scheduled for April 23 at Brighton Music Hall in Boston, April 26 at the Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco and closing the race at the iconic Troubadour in Los Angeles on April 27.

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