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‘Not Over You’ singer Gavin DeGraw coming to the Lerner in April

Tickets to see singer Gavin DeGraw at the Lerner Theatre in downtown Elkhart go on sale Friday, Nov. 15.
Posted on Nov. 13, 2013 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Nov. 13, 2013 at 4:24 p.m.

ELKHART — In the middle of a 29-date U.S. tour to support his latest album, chart-topping musician Gavin DeGraw will make a stop next spring at the Lerner Theatre.

DeGraw, a multi-platinum recording artist, will perform April 15 in downtown Elkhart after returning from a European tour that will hit more than a dozen venues in 10 countries. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 15.

DeGraw’s newest release, “Make a Move,” came out in October from RCA Records, marking his fourth studio album since his debut in 2003. His first album, “Chariot,” has sold more than a million copies with singles “Follow Through,” “Chariot” and “I Don’t Want to Be,” which was picked up as the theme song for the television series “One Tree Hill.”

DeGraw’s self-titled sophomore release debuted at the top of the digital sales chart and at No. 7 on Billboard’s Top 200 album chart in 2008. The album includes his singles “In Love With a Girl” and “We Belong Together.” His third studio album, “Sweeter,” came out in 2011 featuring “Not Over You,” a favorite among DeGraw’s fans. A live album, “Free,” was released in 2009.

Tickets for DeGraw’s performance in April range from $28.50 to $59.50. Tickets will be available online at thelerner.com, by phone at 293-4469 and at the Lerner’s box office, 410 S. Main St.


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