The Calling's frontman Alex Band, 32, was abducted around 4 a.m. on Sunday In Michigan according to Monday, August 19 reports from TMZ.
Alex Band was reported to have been walking down a quiet street in the wee hours of the morning this past Sunday in Lapeer Michigan when he was grabbed by someone driving a van, beaten severely and then dumped on a nearby railroad track.
The celebrity news site reveals that sources close to The Calling's Alex Band stated that Band and decided to walk from his hotel to a mini mart that was close by around 4 a.m., when he was abducted.
Alex Band was found lying on the railroad tracks after another member of the band had discovered him missing later in the morning and had a few others go out and search for the missing singer.
The extent of Alex Band's injuries at this time are unknown, and the abduction is currently under investigation.
There have been no comments from Alex Band, his reps or or from any of The Calling band members at this time.
The Calling is best known for there hit, "Wherever You Will Go". The group formed in 2000 and have released two albums. The band has been on hiatus for the past eight years and recently announced that they would reform a new band, with a new single from the forthcoming album coming out this fall.