Gavin Degraw is a singer-songwriter who first achieved fame when his hit song “I Don’t Want to Be” was chosen as the theme song for the TV series One Tree Hill when it premiered back in 2003. Since then, DeGraw has proven that he is more than a one-hit wonder, going on to produce five albums in just over a decade from 2003-2014. His mellow voice and soulful beats make him a fan favorite so be sure to check out his tour schedule below and purchase your Gavin DeGraw tickets today.
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May 26, 2017
|BottleRock Music Festival - 3 Day Pass||Napa, CA|
Napa Valley Expo
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Gavin DeGraw (2008)
Make a Move (2013)
Finest Hour: The Best of Gavin DeGraw (2014)
Gavin DeGraw is back again, this time touring with country pop star Andy Grammer. The co-headliners are hitting the road this fall starting August 28th with shows all over the U.S. From New York to Florida, DeGraw will be performing classics like “Not Over You”, “Chariot” and “Best I Ever Had”. Andy Grammer will bring the down the house with “Honey, I’m Good” one of the most popular songs of last summer.
DeGraw hasn’t released an album since 2014, but in 2013 his album Make a Move peaked at 13 on the Billboard 200 in the U.S. Chariot, his debut album also went platinum in the U.S. back in 2003. His music has stayed popular over the years so don’t miss out on a chance to hear all the classics and get Gavin DeGraw tickets today!
Growing up in New York, DeGraw has had a strong connection to music since he was born in 1977. He attended Berklee College of Music in the late 90s in Boston before dropping out after two semesters to chase his ultimate goal of becoming a recording artist. In 2002, DeGraw met legendary producer and founder of J Records, Clive Davis, who signed him to his first major record label recording contract. It was under the tutelage of Davis that DeGraw released his debut studio album Chariot (2003).
Since then DeGraw has released five more albums and a number of his songs appear on TV on a regular basis. Some of the shows that featured DeGraw's music include Cold Case, So You Think You Can Dance and The Bachelor. His music stayed relevant over the past decade and he plans to bring all those hits to one stage this fall when he tours with Andy Grammer.