Tom Keifer missed out on a show Saturday night (Oct. 14) in Warrendale, Pa., but is expected to be fine after being hospitalized for a period after collapsing prior to his scheduled performance.

The musician was set to play at Jergel's in Warrendale, but after the incident prior to the show it was determined that he would postpone the gig. According to a statement from the singer's publicist, Keifer was transported to a local hospital where he underwent tests and was kept overnight.

The doctors confirmed that the singer was in stable condition and believe the episode was brought on by heat exhaustion and severe dehydration. Keifer was given fluids and was expected to be released on Sunday (Oct. 15). Our best wishes to the singer for a speedy recovery.

Kiefer is currently touring in support of the expanded edition of his solo debut disc The Way Life Goes. The expanded release is expected to arrive this Friday (Oct. 20). No other dates are expected to be affected, with his next show coming on Friday in Little Rock, Ark. To see all of his scheduled dates, click here.

The deluxe edition of The Way Life Goes comes with two new versions of Keifer's Cinderella hit "Nobody's Fool," -- one of which is a piano version while the other is a duet with Halestorm's Lzzy Hale. There's also a cover of The Beatles "With a Little Help From My Friends," plus a documentary, music videos and live performance footage included with the expanded set. You can currently pre-order via Amazon and the Cleopatra Records website.

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