Headliner Spotlight June 14: Gavin DeGraw
On Friday, June 14, Gavin DeGraw will headline at the Riverbend Festival.
He will perform at 9:30 p.m. on the Coke Stage.
Gavin DeGraw is an American singer-songwriter from New York. He rose to fame in 2003 when his song "I Don't Want to Be" became the theme song for the television show "One Tree Hill" and was also nominated for a Billboard Music Award for "Top Soundtrack Single of the Year."
DeGraw's debut album, "Chariot," was released the same year under J Records. It sold over one million copies and was certified platinum. It was also the album that contains the three singles he is most famous for: the previously mentioned "I Don't Want to Be," "Follow Through," and "Chariot."
His second and third studio albums, "Gavin DeGraw" and "Free," were both released under J Records. His fourth and most recent studio album, "Sweeter," was released under RCA Records.
DeGraw's music has been used on several movie soundtracks and television shows. His song "We Belong Together" was featured in the 2006 movie "Tristan and Isolde."
He and his brother own a music venue called "The National Underground" in New York City.
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