Singer-Songwriter Gavin DeGraw to Launch His Trio Tour in Cleveland

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Singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw got his start in the 2000s when TV shows such as One Tree Hill provided good exposure for sensitive singer-songwriters.

While One Tree Hill is now defunct, DeGraw has kept at it; just last year, he released his latest effort, Something Worth Saving.



Now, he’s announced dates for his first-ever “intimate trio” tour. The concerts will showcase songs from DeGraw’s entire catalogue, performed “in their truest form” as a trio in an intimate setting for the first time.

The tour will launch on Aug. 16 with a show at the Ohio Theatre. Tickets go on sale at 11 a.m. on Friday at playhousesquare.org. They can also be purchased by calling 216-241-6000 or by going to the Playhouse Square ticket office.



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