Dan Craig gets play on One Tree Hill

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This past Monday, Dan Craig joined the ranks of Reed Foehl, the Trampolines, Redline Defiance, Angie Stevens and a handful of other local acts who've had their music licensed to various shows on the small screen. Craig's song, "Further to Fall" appeared on the latest episode of One Tree Hill thanks to the efforts of a publishing firm he's been working with that's been pitching his songs. The timing is fortuitous. Over the weekend, we also learned that the singer/guitarist will soon be parting ways with Hearts of Palm to focus on his own music. Listen to "Further to Fall" and some other tunes after the jump. -- Dave Herrera

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