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Enter To Win The Third Soundtrack Album From 'One Tree Hill'

May 4th, 2007 6:00pm EDT
One Tree HillThe CW Network drama One Tree Hill has often offered its fans unique opportunities to interact with its characters and their storylines outside of traditional television viewing. The show's latest effort to reach viewers takes the cast and crew from their North Carolina set to the small town of Honey Grove, Texas. Everyone knows that a good mix of music is the key to any road trip's success. "The Road Mix" is the third soundtrack of One Tree Hill.

An upcoming episode of One Tree Hill follows Lucas (Chad Michael Murray), Peyton (Hilarie Burton), Brooke (Sophia Bush), Nathan (James Lafferty) and Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) as they take a 20-hour road trip from the fictional town of Tree Hill, North Carolina, to the real town of Honey Grove, Texas, (pop. 1746) to find their friend Mouth (Lee Norris). The episode airs on Wednesday, May 9 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET).

In December 2006, One Tree Hill producers launched a national contest that allowed viewers to submit videos about why the show should shoot an episode in their hometown. Loyal fans in Honey Grove won the opportunity to appear in an upcoming episode (May 9) of the series.

The new One Tree Hill soundtrack CD, "The Road Mix," features original tracks from Gym Class Heroes and Tyler Hilton, along with songs from The Wreckers, Dashboard Confessional, Lupe Fiasco, Band of Horses, The Honorary Title, Kooks, Jose Gonzalez, The Constantines, Iron & Wine/Calexico, Lucero, Songs: Ohia, The Weepies, La Rocca and Mother Love Bone

Music has always played a fundamental role on One Tree Hill, both within the show and in real life. Music artists such as Gavin DeGraw (who sings the show's theme song "I Don't Want To Be"), Sheryl Crow, Jimmy Eat World, Lupe Fiasco, The Wreckers and Fall Out Boy have all appeared as themselves on the series, performing in one of the show's two fictional venues: Club Tric and Karen's Café. And in a case of art imitating life imitating art, two series characters embarked on a successful real-life multi-city tour in the summer of 2005 with Tyler Hilton and Bethany Joy Galeotti performing in support of the first soundtrack album. The second album, "Friends with Benefits," was created to accompany a storyline dealing with breast cancer, with proceeds benefiting the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

"One Tree Hill" airs Wednesday (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET on The CW). The series was created by Mark Schwahn and is executive produced by Schwahn, Mike Tollin, Brian Robbins and Joe Davola. "One Tree Hill" is a Tollin/Robbins Production in association with Warner Bros. Television.

-Head over to Starpulse Contests for your chance to win one of five copies of the One Tree Hill soundtrack CD, 'The Road Mix.'

Watch Tyler Hilton's Video & listen to songs from the CD!

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