St. Petersburg, Florida -- Gavin DeGraw and teen sensation Coco Jones have been added to the acts performing at Tropicana Field this summer as part of the Rays 2012 Summer Concert Series.
DeGraw is scheduled to perform at the conclusion of the Rays-Mariners game on Saturday, July 21 at 7:10 p.m.
DeGraw's 2003 debut album, Chariot, sold over a million copies and featured hit singles, "I Don't Want To Be", "Follow Through" and title-track, "Chariot". DeGraw released his most current album, Sweeter, in 2011 featuring the hit single "Not Over You".
Coco Jones will perform on Sunday, Sept. 9 after the Rays-Rangers 1:40 p.m. game as part of Family Fun Day presented by Tampa Bay Times.
Jones, who is just 14, has starred on Disney Channel's Original Movie Let It Shine and has also appeared on the hit shows So Random! and Radio Disney's Next Big Thing. Her latest album, Let It Shine is currently the 17th most downloaded iTunes album and is regularly played nationwide on Radio Disney. She is also the daughter of former NFL defensive end Mike Jones.
Other acts scheduled to perform at the Rays Summer Concert Series are Train on July 13, The Wiggles on Aug. 5 and O.A.R. on Aug. 24.
The concerts are free with the purchase of that date's game ticket. In addition to their game tickets, fans can watch various acts from the field by purchasing field access passes available at www.raysbaseball.com/concerts.