Gavin DeGraw Talks Working With Butch Walker

03/01/2012
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(Gibson) When Gavin DeGraw set out to record his latest album, 2011's "Sweeter," Butch Walker was high on his list of dream guys to tap for production duties. While Walker with his credits with Weezer and Panic! At the Disco might not seem like a likely fit for DeGraw's pop-rock, singer-songwriter fare, DeGraw insists that the two actually have a ton in common when it comes to music.

"He and I are a lot more similar, musically, than people would think; just the types of music we're into and the way we hear things," DeGraw exclusively told Gibson.com. "I thought he did an incredible job on this album. I had some songs I had written that I felt strongly about, and he selected which ones would best represent what we were doing and could do with the album.

"I think some of my proudest moments on the album are the things we were doing in his studio in Santa Monica, California. It was a great vibe. Butch is a fantastic musician, and he kicks it." more on this story

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