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Let’s finish January strong with Colin Hay & Alexi Murdoch!

After an amazing and successful shoot with the talented photographer Matt Hoyle and the lovely actresses Kirsten Vangsness, AJ Cook & Paget Brewster from Criminal Minds for the CBS print magazine “WATCH!” I decided to post two artists who’s songs appeared in many TV shows and/or movies before.

Colin Hay is a Scottish-Australian musician, who made his mark during the 1980s as lead vocalist of the Australian band “Men at Work” and later as a solo artist. In 2002 Colin appeared as the Troubadour in the Scrubs episode “My Overkill”, in 2004 he contributed to the Garden State soundtrack with his solo song “I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You”.

Alexi Murdoch is a singer-songwriter born in London and raised in Scotland, Greece and France, now living in Berlin. Murdoch’s first album “Time Without Consequence” is knocking it out of the park with endless TV show and movie appearances. According to Wikipedia the album became one of the most licensed albums of the decade. “Orange Sky” appeared in The O.C., House, Prison Break, Ugly Betty, Dirty Sexy Money, Ladder 49, and in promotions for Oscar nominated foreign film, Paradise Now, Southland and a Honda commercial. “Home” appeared in a season 2 episode of Prison Break. “All My Days” was featured in The O.C., Grey’s Anatomy, Scrubs, Without a Trace, Stargate Universe, and a promo for Southland. It has also featured as the opening song in the movie Real Steel. “Song For You” appeared in Everwood. “12” appeared in the show “Brothers & Sisters” and “One Tree Hill”.
There are plenty of more, too many to list them all in here.

Let’s finish this month strong with 2 soulful music pieces… Stay open minded towards all music and please enjoy, LIKE & SHARE the love!

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