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Live at the House of Blues: New Orleans

Gavin Degraw

Year: 2008

Runtime: 00:35:36

In this intimate performance, recorded at New Orleans’ House of Blues in 2008, Gavin DeGraw wows his fans with tracks from his self-titled second album (including Top 40 hit “In Love with a Girl”) plus favorites from debut album Chariot.

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