Grammy nominated singer-songwriter, Gavin DeGraw, rocked the stage at The Paramount Tuesday December 13th. Serenading the packed crowd DeGraw, whose debut album Chariot dropped in 2003, knew how to work his audience. Leaving gaggles of women besides themselves, DeGraw sang hits such as “Not Over You,” One Tree Hill’s hit theme song “I Don’t Want to Be,” “I’m in Love with a Girl,” “Making Love With the Radio On,” and closing the show with “She Sets the City on Fire.”
The Nashville native also stunned the crowd with a cover of Paul McCartney’s “Maybe I’m Amazed,” and dedicated a special version of “Soldier” to all the soldiers who have served or are currently serving. The soulful singer of RCA records and his bandmates also performed an acoustic set covering a variety of songs with a different spin. Regardless of what DeGraw sang, his loyal fans were there to cheer him on every step of the way.
Previously touring with Billy Jol, Matt Nathanson, and Andy Grammar, DeGraw’s past albums include Chariot, Free, Sweeter, Make a Move, and Something Worth Saving. The well-versed musician has also cowritten several songs with stars such as Ryan Tedder (One Republic) and Colby Caillat .
For more shows, you can catch DeGraw on December 16th in Baltimore, MD and January 14th in Santa Barbara, CA. If you’re like us, and can’t get enough of the smooth vocalist you can catch him ringing in the new year in Times Square on December 31st.
Be sure to check out his new album Something Worth Saving on iTunes today and check out The Paramount for upcoming shows including OAR in December.