Jazz legend Ornette Coleman collapsed from heat stroke on stage during a performance today (June 17) at the Bonnaroo festival in Manchester, Tenn., and is now in a local hospital under doctor's superv

Jazz legend Ornette Coleman collapsed from heat stroke on stage during a performance today (June 17) at the Bonnaroo festival in Manchester, Tenn., and is now in a local hospital under doctor's supervision.

After collapsing, the 77-year-old saxophonist was rushed to a nearby medical tent and given intravenous fluids, according to a Bonnaroo spokesperson. Coleman was said to be lucid and insistent that he had no prior symptoms before the incident.

The artist is now resting at the local Coffey County Hospital. His next scheduled concert is July 6 in Kongsberg, Norway.