Gavin DeGraw, Train and The Script Plan Summer Tour
... (Radio.com) Fans will get three concerts for the price of one when Gavin DeGraw
hits the road with Train and The Script. The singer, who's working on the follow-up to his 2011 album, Sweeter, will kick things off in Cleveland, Ohio on July 17 making stops along the way in New York, Texas and California before finishing up in Auburn, Washington on August 14. This will be the second time Gavin has toured with the guys of Train. The two acts hit the road together back in 2011. more on this story Radio.com is an official news provider for antiMusic.com. Copyright Radio.com/CBS Local - Excerpted here with permission. Gavin DeGraw
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Gavin DeGraw heads out on summer excursion
... Platinum-selling pop-rocker Gavin DeGraw
will take time from the studio to hit the road this summer with Train and The Script for an amphitheater run. The New York native and his two support acts will begin the trek with a July 17 performance in Cleveland, OH, followed by 18 major market stops scattered from coast to coast. The summertime outing closes Aug. 14 in Auburn, WA. Tickets for the outing go on sale Feb. 8; information is available via DeGraw's website. Gavin DeGraw
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Colbie Caillat and Gavin DeGraw Release New Video
... (Radio.com) Colbie Caillat and Gavin DeGraw
just can't seem to get it together in their new video for "We Both Know." The ballad, featured on the soundtrack to the upcoming movie, Safe Haven, focuses on a complicated relationship. "['We Both Know'] is a song about two people that are confused on where they are at in their relationship but they know each other's limits and how far to push each other and how far, when to step back," Colbie told Radio.com last year. "I think it's a really good relationship song for anyone who's confused at where they're at in life." In the clip, which also features scenes from the upcoming movie starring Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel, A sullen Colbie paints the floor of her wooden house, while Gavin laments on a dock somewhere. Read more and watch the video here. Radio.com is an official news provider for antiMusic.com. Copyright Radio.com/CBS Local - Excerpted here with permission. Colbie Caillat and Gavin DeGraw
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Gavin DeGraw (February 4, 1977)
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Gavin Degraw was born in New York in 1977. His father was a prison guard and his mother was a botox specialist. Degraw mentions his parents in his breakout hit "I Don't Want To Be
," when he sings that he don't need to be anything other than "a prison guard's son" and "a specialist's son."
After growing up in upstate New York, Gavin attended the nearby Ithaca College, where he went on a music scholarship. He lasted just one semester there before enrolling at Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he left after a year. He returned home and eventually moved to New York City, where he had a lot more success making music than studying it. He became a popular club singer and eventually got a publishing deal with Warner-Chappell.
Degraw signed with J Records in 2002, which was the label run by Clive Davis. His first album Chariot, released in 2003, was his most successful, selling over a million copies. He released two more albums on J before moving to RCA for his 2011 album Sweeter.
In 2004, Gavin Degraw made his TV debut on Last Call with Carson Daly. Since then, he has toured with many successful artists, including Barenaked Ladies, Maroon 5, and Jason Mraz.
Gavin Degraw's brother Joey is also a musician. The brothers opened their own music venue in New York City's Lower East Side in 2007 called The National Underground.
Gavin Degraw recorded his third album Free in just two weeks. Brooklyn producer Camus Celli recorded the album which included the single "Stay."
Gavin Degraw's song "We Belong Together" was featured in the 2006 movie Tristan & Isolde. Additionally, his breakout hit "I Don't Want To Be" was the theme song for the popular TV show One Tree Hill.
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