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Born in the Flood's "Anthem" used in One Tree Hill

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Nearly two minutes of Born in the Flood's "Anthem" was used in last night's episode of One Tree Hill. Local musician Dan Craig and former Colorado resident Katie Herzig and have also had songs placed in the show. Check out the clip after the jump.

The Born in the Flood guys are also gearing up for their holiday revue show at the Bluebird on Friday, December 12. Flood frontman Nathaniel Rateliff's the Wheel, Flood bassist Joseph Pope III, Bad Weather California, Sweet Tooth Meat Tooth, Joshua Novak and the Getdown will also play sets. --Jon Solomon


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