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'One Tree Hill' Theme Song Returns, Performed By Various Artists

'One Tree Hill' Theme Song Returns, Performed By Various Artists

One Tree Hill’s theme song returns after a three year hiatus, performed by different artists throughout the season.

Via Press Release:

RECORDING ARTISTS AIMEE MANN, PATRICK STUMP OF “FALL OUT BOY,” “TEGAN & SARA,” MATTHEW RYAN, LAURA IZIBOR, KATE VOEGELE, AND OTHERS TO RECORD COVERS OF GAVIN DEGRAW’S CHART-TOPPING “I DON’T WANT TO BE,” WHICH RETURNS AS THE “ONE TREE HILL” THEME SONG IN THE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 SEASON PREMIERE ON THE CW

September 13, 2010 (Burbank, CA) – After three seasons without using the show’s theme song, The CW’s music-forward “One Tree Hill” reintroduces musician Gavin DeGraw’s chart topping hit “I Don’t Want To Be,” as the main title opener to the season 8 premiere episode on Tuesday, September 14 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET).

In an innovative twist, the show will feature a different performer covering the hit song throughout the season, each in their own unique style. Featured artists include Aimee Mann, Patrick Stump of “Fall Out Boy,” “Tegan & Sara,” Matthew Ryan, Laura Izibor and Kate Voegele.

“One Tree Hill” was created by Mark Schwahn and is executive produced by Schwahn, Joe Davola, Greg Prange, Mike Tollin and Brian Robbins. “One Tree Hill” is produced by Mastermind Laboratories and Tollin/Robbins Production in association with Warner Bros. Television.


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