Jon Brookes collapsed on stage and stopped breathing during the alternative rock band’s Sept. 15 set at Johnny Brenda’s in Philadelphia. A doctor in the audience saved the day by administering first aid and getting the musician breathing again. Paramedics arrived and Brookes was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Philadelphia. After being given a CAT scan and responding well to treatment the drummer was transferred to a larger hospital.

The Charlatans, which are known in the United States as The Charlatans UK, have been postponing a gig or two at a time, including shows in Montreal, Toronto and Chicago.

On Saturday the band announced the rest off the tour was being put on hold. The gigs would have taken place tonight at Bimbo’s 365 Club in San Francisco, The Detroit Bar in Costa Mesa, Calif. (Sept. 21) and El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles (Sept. 22).

A Sept. 23 show at Salon Covadonga in Mexico City was also postponed.

Brookes has being flown back to the U.K. for further treatment, according to a statement on the band’s website, which notes he is “currently in a comfortable condition. … The band promises to keep everyone informed as and when the situation develops. The Charlatans are very upset at not being able to continue the tour but hope to reschedule the dates as soon as possible.”

The Charlatans are set to return to the stage Sept. 27 for a secret Oxjam store gig in London.

Click here for The Charlatans’ official website.