How rich is Gavin DeGraw?
Gavin DeGraw Net Worth:
|Birth date:||February 4, 1977|
|Birth place:||South Fallsburg, Fallsburg, New York, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)|
|Education:||Ithaca College, Berklee College of Music|
|Parents:||Wayne DeGraw, Lynne DeGraw|
|Siblings:||Joey DeGraw, Neeka DeGraw|
|Nominations:||Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media, Billboard Music Award for Top Christian Song, World Music Award for World’s Best Album, World Music Award for World’s Best Live Act, World Music Award for World’s Best Male Artist, Danish Music Award for International Album of the Year, Danish Music Award for Foreign Newcomer of the Year, I Don't Want To Be, She Sets The City On Fire, Not Over You, Napa, CA, USA, Connecticut, United States|
Gavin DeGraw Net Worth:
Gavin DeGraw Net Worth $11 Million
Gavin DeGraw is an American singer/songwriter and musician who has a net worth of $11 million. Gavin DeGraw was born February 4, 1977 in South Fallsburg, New York. His debut record Chariot was released in 2003 on J Records and re-released in 2004 as Chariot (Stripped), which included all of the original Chariot content in addition to a bonus disc. The bonus material was stripped down (made simply and with nominal instrumentation) studio recordings of each of the initial tunes, in addition to a cover of Sam Cooke’s Change is Gonna Come. The tune became a Top 10 hit in the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart. Two of the album’s other singles, Follow Through and Chariot, also achieved popularity and radio play. The record was successful and after certified platinum in the USA. His next album, Gavin DeGraw, was released in 2008, peaking at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart. Degraw’s third record, Free, was released in 2009. DeGraw recorded Free in significantly less than two weeks in the Brooklyn studio of his producer Camus Celli. The record peaked at No. 19 on the Billboard 200. The first single, Stay, was released through DeGraw’s web site. Not Over You, the first single from his upcoming album, Sweeter, premiered in June 2011. The track was co-written and produced by Ryan Tedder. On August 8, 2011, DeGraw was hospitalized after being assaulted by several men and women in New York City. Only minutes after the assault, DeGraw was subsequently struck with a cab. He was admitted to Manhattan’s Bellevue Hospital Center and had to cancel his scheduled August 9 performance in Saratoga Springs, Ny.
American musician and singer-songwriter, Gavin Shane DeGraw, has an estimated net worth of $11 million. Years before “I do not Want to Be” propelled him to pop/rock success, songwriter Gavin DeGraw began honing his piano abilities at the age of eight, followed by his involvement in several cover bands with his older brother in upstate New York. Following a short stint at the prestigious Berklee School of Music, DeGraw decided to take his original songs to New York City. DeGraw arrived throughout the late ’90s and steadily expanded his audience having a number of buzzworthy shows, one of which was captured on the concert recording Gavin Live. The steady buzz led to offers from major labels, and DeGraw finally signed a record deal with Clive Davis and his J Records imprint (home of Santana, as well as R&B mainstays Alicia Keys and Angie Stone). DeGraw’s debut album, Chariot, arrived throughout the summer of 2003. Just like the singer’s early days in New York City, Chariot slowly built momentum and earned the young DeGraw a small but fervent following. DeGraw was born on February 4, 1977 in South Fallsburg, New York.