SERIES FINALE EVENT:
One Tree Hill
Wednesday, April 4, 2012 @ 8pm on the CW
In the final chapter of One Tree Hill, the tenth anniversary of TRIC brings
old faces and new possibilities for the Tree Hill family.
One Tree Hill Music,
your official guide to the music heard and
performed on the hit CW drama. Search through a
comprehensive catalog of songs that help bring
One Tree Hill
to life every week. Make sure to check out the
detailed Music by Episode guide where you'll
find everything from recording artist
information to the exact scene
description/episode their song was heard in!
OTH Music also includes soundtrack information,
as well as fun features such as
and Episode Title References where you'll find
the songs that inspired the titles of your
favorite episodes. All this and more
here at OTH Music.
Enjoy your stay!
WAKEY!WAKEY!Almost Everything I Wish I'd Said The Last
Time I Saw You...
in Dublin, Laura Izibor crosses over into the states with her debut album "Let
the Truth Be Told" which the singer released the spring of 2009. Laura has had
music featured on three motion picture soundtracks, she's been heard on numerous
television shows, and she was nominated for a Soul Train Music Award.
This year the singer/songwriter and pianist will step into the acting aspect of
her career when she joins the cast of "One Tree Hill". Prepare to be amazed by
the soulful sounds of this young songstress. Official MySpace
cast member Bethany Joy Galeotti has been lending her voice to the OTH
music catalog since season one, and while the actress/singer-songwriter
continues to do so - she doesn't do it alone.
In 2008 while at home in Battle Ground, WA - Joy joined musician Amber Sweeney
and created the duo EVERLY.
We got to hear a lot from Everly this past seventh season, and hopefully we'll
continue that well into season eight. Official MySpace
Angeles based indie pop/folk/soul band, SO & SO,
is anything but ordinary.
When singer/songwriter, Amie Miriello,
acoustic guitarist, Jay Dmuchowski, and Canadian
producer, Rob Wells meant to put a songwriting
team together, something else happened that grew
far beyond their intentions. In December
of 2009, Miriello and Dmuchowski traveled to
Canada to write and record with
Wells. Once they completed a set of ten songs,
they realized they had a collection of material
that transcended traditional pop.
Amie decided she wanted to put a band together
to showcase their work. As a long time Miriello
collaborator, Raisin (Dmuchowski's nickname)
agreed and they began the search for members to
create a new kind of indie pop super-group.
While playing the local LA music circuit, Amie
and Raisin met drummer, Adam Hanson. They asked
him to play some shows and felt an immediate
connection. Hanson’s infectious, soulful style
provided the backbone and strength that further
helped define the band’s sound. In February of
2010, Hanson officially joined as the first new
member of the group.
Shortly thereafter, Miriello had a chance
encounter with Brandon Rogers
(Vocalist/Keyboards), a Top 12 finalist on
Season 6 of American Idol with an impressive
singing/songwriting resume as well. Brandon
opened for Amie at Molly Malone's in LA when
they decided to perform a couple songs together.
Like Miriello, Rogers was wholly focused on his
solo career, but realizing their vocal chemistry
was something special, he accepted her offer to
join SO & SO without hesitancy.
Rounding out the SO & SO family, bassist Bana
Haffar followed. Joining the band in September
of 2010, Bana’s eclectic, cross-cultural style
of playing embodies all that is the SO & SO
sound – new, fresh, forward and innovative.
Their highly anticipated forthcoming album,
ASAP, will be released in the Spring of 2011.
SO & SO can
be heard in episodes
SO & SO's version of Gavin DeGraw's "I Don't
Want To Be" on
If you're on the search for a song featured in an episode, even if only for a
few seconds, look no further!
Find all the songs played on One Tree Hill
with a detailed episode guide. You'll find artist/song, purchase and web links
as well as scene descriptions of where you heard it.
In an innovative twist for season 8, after a 3 season hiatus, Gavin DeGraw's hit
"I Don't Want To Be" returns as the theme song for One Tree Hill with a
unique cover by a different singer or band each week. Want the line-up? Get it
Now you can make your very own mixed tape... or CD
with our Character Mixes. Go ahead and pick which characters playlist you wanna
mix! Is it Peyton? Lucas? Haley? You decide!
Check out all the great One Tree Hill performances from over the seasons!
Whether it be from the talented cast or whenever Peyton books a famous
entertainer that stops by TRIC to rock Tree Hill!
PEYTON'S PODCAST _ _ Bring Peyton's world into yours by
listening to all of her podcast in their entirety. Get an in-depth look of her
life in Tree Hill. Peyton comments on everything from her friends to Ellie, her mom.
MIXED TAPE" VIDEO __
Check out OTH's Hilarie Burton in the 2006 music video for "The
Mixed Tape" by Jack's Mannequin. You can find the song featured on the
second One Tree Hill soundtrack, Friends With Benefit!
and every season we fall in love with a new song or a
new band, but we're always pleasantly surprised when we
hear from an artist that we remember from the beginning
episodes of the show. The season seven finale,
out with a multitude of just that.
Series creator and executive producer Mark Schwahn
closed last season with an original and heartfelt CODA,
"Carry You Home" by Nashville Skyline. The one-time
band was made up of the musicians Matthew Ryan, Courtney Jaye, Michael Grubbs of WAKEY!WAKEY!, and
Dallas Green of City and Colour. Featured on bass
guitar? None other than Mr. Schwahn himself.
The song was featured during the montage of scenes
showing the friends sliding down the hill while in Park
City, Utah before ending at the cliffhanger. "I had
been trying a lot of good songs to the final sequence
of the One Tree Hill season finale, but nothing seemed
to work perfectly. Melodies would work, but not lyrics.
And vice versa. Plus, the sequence was over 7 minutes
long, which is a bit limiting musically these days."
Well, as the old saying goes, "If you want something
done right, you have to do it yourself." Mark wanted it
done right, and so with the help of a few of his
musician friends and OTH favorites--it was done right.
The soft melodies and powerful lyrics will stick in OTH
musical history forever. Make "Carry You Home" a part
of your iPod history by purchasing the song on iTunes
Watch as cast members of One
Tree Hill talk about the third
soundtrack, the importance of the shows connection with
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