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Gavin DeGraw first caught the attention of the world in 2004 when his single "I Don’t Want To Be" was used as the theme song for the CW show One Tree Hill. The song, which was originally released in 2003, became very popular and launched Gavin’s career.
DeGraw has since released four more studio albums. His latest one, Make a Move, dropped in 2013. DeGraw also received a Grammy nomination for his recent collaboration with Colbie Caillat on the song "We Both Know" for the movie Safe Haven.
DeGraw is a unique artist who can transition from strong rock anthems to slower piano ballads, but one thing has always remains consistent: his meaningful lyrics.
DeGraw writes many of his own songs, which allows them to be more personal and touch on themes that many people struggle with in their own daily lives. The songs that comprise this top 10 list are varied in sound, topics, and across his many years as an artist.
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