The 11 Most Important Music Moments From 11 Seasons Of Grey's Anatomy
Alexandra Patsavas, Shonda Rhimes' long-time music supervisor, picks her favorite songs from "Grey's Anatomy."
Season 1: "Where Does The Good Go" by Tegan and Sara
"The first of many 'Grey's Anatomy' placements for this talented Canadian act. Ebullient and Edgy."
Season 2: "Breathe (2AM)" by Anna Nalick
"I really love this track by American singer-songwriter Anna Nalick and it makes me immediately think of 'Grey's.'"
Season 3: "Keep Breathing" by Ingrid Michaelson
"Indie Pop Songstress Michaelson has been oft used on the show."
Season 4: "To Build A Home" by Cinematic Orchestra
"A gorgeous track by this band featuring Patrick Watson on vocals. Emotional and bare."
Season 5: "Off I Go" by Greg Laswell
"This song by San Diego native Laswell was written especially for the season 5 finale."
Season 6: "In My Veins" by Andrew Belle
"This heartbreaking ballad was also used in a finale for season 6. Erin McCarley is performing backing vocals."
Season 7: "England" by The National
"My favorite track from one of my favorite bands. So wistful, so well sung."
Season 8: "Skin" by Zola Jesus
"A spare and sad ballad by this talented American performer."
Season 9: "All Of Me" by John Legend
"We were privileged to debut this beloved hit by John Legend on the season 9 finale."
Season 10: "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" by Sleeping At Last
"Chicago-based Sleeping At Last created such a beautiful version of this chart-topper originally performed by The Police."
Season 11: "Home" by Aron Wright
"This Nashville based artist, oft used on 'Grey's,' crafted a perfect soulful ballad. And that voice!"
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