Eddie Fisher, the drummer for the Denver-based rock band OneRepublic, was arrested in Denver early Tuesday.
Fisher, 38, was held at the downtown Denver jail on suspicion of assault, disturbing the peace and destruction of private property, police said.
The musician had a bloody wound in his forehead in an arrest photo.
The website GossipCop.com said the musician was reported to have gone on a "destructive rampage, although its not clear what triggered the behavior."
He was arrested at 669 Clermont Street, Denver police spokesman Sonny Jackson said.
Fisher is scheduled to appear Wednesday afternoon in Denver County Court.
OneRepublic was nominated for a Grammy in 2009 and has sold almost 2 million albums and 8 million singles, according to the band's website
Their most famous singles are "Apologize," "Stop and Stare," "All the Right Moves," and "Secrets."
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