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Don't miss Gavin Degraw when he comes to a stage near you! Gavin Degraw is the north's country boy. Growing up in a small New York town, Degraw's musical talents was discovered early in his life. As a young child of only eight years old, Degraw was playing the piano and, later in his teen years, performed in his brother's cover band. In his late teen and early adult years, Degraw began composing his own songs, receiving critical acclaim.
Gavin Degraw's hit single, "I Don't Want to Be" propelled him into fame in 2003, and his debut album "Chariots", released in the same year, sold over a million copies. Ten years later, Gavin Degraw's latest album, "Make a Move", has been topping charts internationally. The album begins punchy and exciting with "Best I Ever Had", describing his infatuation with his lover. Then the pace slows down for the song the album was named for ,"Make a Move". This song exhibits Degraw's practiced piano background and its slower pace gives the album a nice relaxed country feel. The album stays relaxed and slow until the end of the album. "Heartbreak", a roaring adventure of a song, explores the other side of falling in love: getting your heart broken.
Degraw embraces this ordinarily somber topic in a playful and upbeat manner, a refreshing change from the traditional heartbreak story. Gavin Degraw keeps the rock n' roll tone alive in the last three songs of the album, "Every Little Bit", "Different for Girls" and "Leading Man", the latter of which really shows Degraw's rock spirit. "Leading Man" showers the listener with electric guitar tones, while leaving plenty of acoustic space for a tambourine and clear vocals. Gavin Degraw's upbeat, feel good country overtones with a hint of rock n' roll flare creates a palatable blend for any country or rock lover.
Experience Gavin Degraw's "Make a Move" and earlier hits in person at his next concert.
DeGraw's profile erupted after his song "I Don't Want to Be" was featured as theme song for on the teen soap opera One Tree Hill, aired in America on The WB Television Network. Another of DeGraw's songs, "Follow Through," has also achieved popularity and radio play.
Originally, DeGraw started in Manhattan clubs drawing his hometown fans to small clubs. Over 2004, his profile has grown bringing him to other states as he tours the country. He has appeared on television shows such as The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Live with Regis and Kelly.
DeGraw is presently 26 years old.