Skip to main content
  1. AXS Entertainment
  2. Arts & Entertainment
  3. Arts & Exhibits

Gavin Degraw and Matt Nathanson to co-headline The Greek Theatre

See also

Gavin Degraw and Matt Nathason are set to co-headline The Greek Theatre on June 18th as part of their “Nathanson/Degraw” summer tour. The tour kicks off in Tucson, AZ on June 13th and ends on August 25th in Pomona, NY. Mary Lambert (best known for her spot on Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ track Same Love) and Andrew McMahon (of Something Corporate and Jack’s Manequin) are listed as opening acts.

Degraw released his 5th studio album, Make a Move, in October of last year to a top ten debut. His lead single Best I Ever Had reached No. 14 on Billboard’s U.S. Adult Top 40, and his current single Make a Move is doing just that on the charts. The former “Dancing With The Stars” contestant says he’s “really looking forward to putting on a show.”

Nathanson, best known for his platinum hit Come on Get Higher, has toured with the likes of Sugarland, Kelly Clarkson, and Maroon 5. His latest release Last of The Great Pretenders debuted at No. 16 on the Billboard Top 200 last summer, the highest in his career. Nathanson counts Degraw as an old friend, and says he’s, “very psyched” to co-headline the tour.

The tour will hit most of the major US markets, with pre-sale tickets for the Los Angeles show on sale April 1st.


Today's top buzz...

  • Weird Al
    Weird Al is making sure you don't forget about his new album by releasing a video every day
    Music Buzz
  • Mike Priefer
    The Vikings suspend Mike Priefer for three games after allegations of anti-gay remarks
    Today's Buzz
  • Beer
    Outdoor festival to celebrate beer and superheroes during San Diego Comic-Con
    Comic-Con News
  • Mayhem Tour
    The Rockstar Energy Mayhem Tour rolls through Detroit with insane performances
    19 Photos
  • Supernatural
    As fans wait for new episodes, we are sharing 'Supernatural' season 10 spoilers
    10 Photos
  • Chris Jericho
    WWE Battleground brought fans some big shockers at the pay-per-view-event
    Fight Sports