Gavin DeGraw started his music career on his own, playing in Manhattan clubs and producing his own album in 2001. His music caught the attention of music executives, and by 2003, he had signed with J Records and released “Chariot,” which included hit songs “Follow Through” and “Chariot.” He produced an acoustic version of the album in 2004, following up with a self-titled album in 2008, which reached #7 on U.S. music charts.
In 2007, DeGraw opened The National Underground in New York City with his brother. The venue offers food and drinks as well as live musical performances by up-and-coming artists. Musical guests have included DeGraw, Joss Stone and The Shells. DeGraw’s most recent album, “Free,” was released in March 2009, and in the summer of the same year he embarked on a joint tour with Collective Soul.
Summary by Dyana Ryba, TicketNews: Singer/songwriter Gavin DeGraw released his newest album, “Make a Move”, in mid October. The artist plans to appear in a number of holiday concerts throughout December, hitting places such as San Diego and New York. DeGraw will then head to Europe in February through... Read more
Collective Soul and up-and-coming pop musician Gavin DeGraw are two of the latest acts to team up for a co-headlining tour this summer. The pair’s collaborative venture launches June 22 at the House of Blues in Cleveland, OH, and features just a dozen stops on its itinerary. The tour... Read more
The summer touring schemes continue to roll out with Jay-Z and The Dead Weather in the daily tour recap for May 13, as compiled by TicketNews. Rap mogul Jay-Z will tour the U.S. this summer before releasing his latest studio album in September. Ciara will open for at least... Read more
Singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw is going back to his roots this spring to promote his latest studio effort. The next performance of the Where It Began tour is set for February 21 at the Ft. Myers High School Stadium in Ft. Myers, FL, with the main body of dates picking... Read more
Gavin DeGraw spent his whole summer on the road, hitting big cities and small towns across the U.S., but the singer-songwriter from the Catskills doesn’t show any signs of slowing his headlining tour. He recently announced additional dates that will keep the music going through the fall. The string... Read more