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Gavin DeGraw
February 4, 1977 -
Nationality: American
Category: Musician
Subcategory: American Musician

I could tell it was a popular move as a writer to walk down the bass lines while you were writing a song.


I miss that sensation of a small achievement feeling like a really big deal.


When people put that sort of pressure on you, you're worried that people won't want to receive you.


I live in a bus and go from place to place and sometimes feel very detached from what's going on.


I may never get my own action figure, but at least I think what I'm doing is really legitimate musically.


I was introduced to country music around a campfire on a farm.


But I've never considered myself any kind of heartthrob. It sounds painful.


The early Billy Joel stuff I fell in love with, like Glass Houses, is a real rock record.


It's not my goal to be a famous actor.


I'm very competitive, and my ego couldn't handle that lack of success.


There's always some amount of gradual, slow burning destruction over the course of partying.


I don't want to see Superman replaced with Superboy.


So I try not to have any actual expectations for myself for any level of success or failure.


I took a lot of time to open myself up to taking chances musically.


I don't really take a step back too often to see what's going on.


When my grandfather died, I started adopting some of his accents, to sort of remind myself of him. A homage. He was a war hero, and he was really great with his hands.


Women are the first to jump on what is fashionable.


My dad didn't want me to play guitar. He played piano, so I chose that. And I ended up loving it.


I happen to be a guy who also plays the piano and sings, so people automatically associate me with Billy Joel.


I can do a gig without an instrument.


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