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 of performances begins August 23 in Wantagh, NY, and continues through DeGraw’s October 25 show in New Orleans, LA. The 34-date leg will criss-cross the country, stopping in clubs and theaters in all regions of the U.S. and featuring one date north of the border on October 2 in Vancouver, BC.

After wrapping the current leg of his North American tour, DeGraw will head overseas for the second leg of his European tour. The 13-date trek kicks off November 3 in Stockholm, Sweden. But following his November 19 performance in Manchester, England, it’s back to the States for DeGraw, who has two early-December gigs scheduled on the East Coast.

These are just the latest developments in what has already proven to be a busy year for the musician, best known for 2004’s ubiquitous hit “I Don’t Want to Be.” DeGraw has followed a heavy tour schedule since February in support of his 2008 eponymous album. The record, DeGraw’s second studio effort, peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 charts.

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The new album is an exploration of DeGraw’s edgy side. “I felt like I had satisfied a lot of the sweeter stuff on my first record, and I want the Yin and Yang of it. I wanted to put a little more edge on it this time.” DeGraw noted on his Web site. “You don’t want to always be pigeon-holed as the ‘sweet and nice’ guy singing ‘sweet and nice’ songs.”

DeGraw debuted in 2003 with “Chariot,” which he rereleased with a disc of “stripped” acoustic recordings in 2004. The record — and DeGraw — gained a flood of mainstream attention when teen television drama “One Tree Hill” chose the single “I Don’t Want To Be” as its theme song.

Gavin DeGraw itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

August 23 Wantagh, NY Mulcahy’s
August 24 Wilmington, DE Grand Opera House
August 26 Asheville, NC Orange Peel
August 27 Knoxville, TN Tennessee Theatre
August 28 Nashville, TN City Hall
August 29 Memphis, TN Delta Fairgrounds, Delta Fair & Music Festival
August 31 Naperville, IL Rotary Hill Park, Last Fling
September 1 Pontiac, MI Clutch Cargo’s
September 3 New York, NY Terminal 5
September 4 Boston, MA Wilbur Theatre
September 6 York, PA York Fair Grandstand
September 7 Dewey Beach, DE Bottle & Cork
September 8 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live!
September 9 New York, NY Herald Square
September 12 Starkville, MS Mississippi St. University
September 13 Atlanta, GA Lenox Square Mall
September 15 Conway, AR University Of Central Arkansas
September 16 Columbia, MO The Blue Note
September 17 Lawrence, KS Liberty Hall
September 18 Oklahoma City, OK State Fair Park
September 20 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
September 21 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theatre
September 22 Tempe, AZ The Marquee
September 24 San Diego, CA House Of Blues
September 26 Las Vegas, NV Wasted Space @ Hard Rock Hotel / Casino
September 27 Murray, UT Murray Theater
September 29 Missoula, MT Wilma Theatre
September 30 Spokane, WA Knitting Factory Concert House
October 01 Seattle, WA Showbox At The Market
October 2 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom
October 4 Boise, ID Knitting Factory
October 5 Eugene, OR McDonald
October 6 Portland, OR Roseland Theater
October 25 New Orleans, LA TBA
November 3 Stockholm, SWE Annexet
November 4 Oslo, NOR Sentrum Scene
November 5 Frederiksberg, DEN KB Hallen
November 6 Aarhus, DEN Train
November 8 Gent, BEL Handelsbeurs Concertzaal
November 10 Amsterdam, NET HMV
November 11 Zurich, SWI Kaufleuten
November 12 Milan, ITA Alcatraz
November 13 Munich, GER Ampere
November 15 Paris, FRA Cafe de la Danse
November 17 London, UK The Astoria
November 18 London, UK The Astoria
November 19 Manchester, UK Academy 2
December 6 Trenton, NJ Sovereign Bank Arena
December 15 Hartford, CT Webster Theatre