show must go on.
Landon Parker hit the stage With Machine Gun Kelly at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Tuesday night, just hours after his father, Travis Parker, was taken to the hospital by ambulance in Los Angeles.
Landon, 18, and MGK, 32, both performed their song “Die In California” together, which was featured on the “Bloody Valentine” rock album “Mainstream Sellout.”
“Does anyone here feel lost sometimes?” MGK (real name: Colson Baker) asked a crowd of raucous fans.
“New York City, make some noise for Landon Parker!”
MGK and Landon did not address the news during the show, which is completely sold out, according to Billboard.
Meanwhile, Landon’s 16-year-old sister, Alabama Parker, was in Los Angeles at their father’s side.
“Please send your prayers,” she wrote via Instagram Story.
She also shared (but quickly deleted) a post on her TikTok account that captured the 46-year-old drummer, Blink-182, lying in a hospital bed with his cell phone in one hand and Alabama’s holding the other.
As Page Six reported earlier on Tuesday, Travis was photographed on a stretcher outside Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles with his wife Kourtney Kardashian at his side.
Pictures showed him getting out of the ambulance on wheels, and the reality star’s security team closely following behind him in a black Range Rover.
Travis and Kardashian, 43, first arrived at West Hills Hospital and Medical Center Tuesday morning with a health problem that Parker did not disclose, according to TMZ.
The platform reported that the medical staff felt the musician needed extra care, so he was transferred to Cedar Sinai.
Travis and Kardashian’s representatives did not immediately respond to Big Six’s request for comment. The couple has not yet revealed the reason for his hospitalization.