With 2013's Make A Move -- his fifth studio album in just 10 years -- Gavin DeGraw celebrated his fourth Top 20 appearance on the Billboard 200. An Irish contemporary rocker with a folksy vibe, DeGraw has earned a reputation as a consummate live performer, winning over ticket buyers with his charismatic presence and soulful voice. DeGraw shot to fame in 2004 with "I Don't Want To Be," a millennial anthem that became the theme song for CW teen drama One Tree Hill. His relationship with television continued unabated throughout the 2000's, with tracks being featured on shows including House, The Bachelor and So You Think You Can Dance. DeGraw's early work offered an authentic soul sound that contrasted with much of its radio brethren at the time -- his 2003 debut album Chariot spawned a the hit single of the same name, firmly establishing him as a modern torchbearer of blue-eyed soul. On the road in 2013, DeGraw has drawn praise for his heartfelt live concerts, building anticipation for his headlining tour in 2014.