Gavin DeGraw Can't Remember Much From Attack, Cancels Shows, Report Says

Hospitalized pop star Gavin DeGraw canceled upcoming performances and said he could barely remember being attacked in downtown Manhattan, the New York Post reported Wednesday.

"Honestly, I don't remember much," DeGraw posted on his Twitter page. "I only know I can recover from here."

The attackers who jumped DeGraw at 4:00 a.m. ET Monday apparently had no clue he was a multi-platinum singer, and never attempted to rob him, law enforcement sources said.

DeGraw, 34, told cops he has foggy memories of at least two men jumping him in the East Village after he left National Underground, the East Houston Street bar he co-owns with his brother.

Beaten and bloodied, DeGraw stumbled in the direction of Beth Israel Hospital but got disoriented and fell on top of a stopped taxi. The cab sped away before an onlooker called 911.

DeGraw's brother, Joseph, insisted last night that Gavin "had nothing but cranberry juice to drink," and his Twitter message referred to his concussion.

The singer, whose weekend gigs on Long Island and Massachusetts have been canceled, was moved from Bellevue to NYU Hospital late Tuesday for surgery on his broken nose.