Music Seen: Gavin DeGraw Charms His Way Through A Press Day

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Gavin DeGraw is a New York City native, so his visit last month to record Bruno Mars cover “Grenade” and several original songs for a Top 20 Live set, he didn’t exactly have a long way to travel. Nevertheless, VH1 photographer Colin Gray got some great shots for our Music Seen feature, and we even got some feedback from DeGraw himself on some of the photographs in the series. After the jump, DeGraw’s travels from Live With Regis & Kelly to VH1 to MTV News, plus a glimpse at his style, and, of course, pit stops every step of the way for his many and adoring fans.


“The monitor is probably me telling everyone to listen to my album Sweeter.
The audience is shaking their heads ‘no.’ HA!”


“Very nice to meet you too! This is outside a TV performance in New York City.
The most important part of any artist’s career is their relationship with their audience.”


“That’s my buddy Andrew saying: ‘Look what I’ve got that you don’t have!’”


“And that’s me showing him my 1967 Shelby Fastback.”


“I like portraits. Every time I see a picture with sunglasses up close,
I try to figure out what’s in the reflection. What do we see…?”


“‘What’s that? I’ll be right there Mr. President!’”


Escalators are always a little too slow for my taste…even with luggage.