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One Tree Hill becoming defacto repository of Denver music

This just in: TV is the new radio. Another area artist has had a song placed on One Tree Hill, the CW network's benchmark teen serial. When Tim Hanauer's new tune, "Miss," airs this Monday, January 12, he will join a growing list of local luminaries whose songs have already aired, Dan Craig, Born in the Flood and Christopher Jak. Some soundtrack supervisor somewhere clearly has a great set of flappers on 'em and a healthy jones in the bones for the MHC. Oh, and since having one song played on the idiot box in a week is never enough, another of Hanauer's ditties, "In Repair," will make a cameo on the Ghost Whisperer, tomorrow night on CBS. Set those DVRs to "stun," people. -- Dave Herrera
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