2 songs from Choctaw's Ali Harter featured in 'Grey's Anatomy' tonight

BY PENNY SOLDAN Modified: March 4, 2010 at 8:27 am •  Published: March 4, 2010

Ali Harter, the singer/songwriter from Choctaw, spent most of Monday watching "Grey’s Anatomy” episodes.

She wanted to catch up on the show before tonight’s episode airs at 8 on ABC. Two of her songs will be featured on the show.

"Untitled No. 3” and "You Can Keep ’Em” are the two tracks from Harter’s first album to listen for in the "Grey’s Anatomy” episode titled "Perfect Little Accident.”

The perfect little accident that landed Harter’s songs on the show happened at the 2010 Trail Dance Film Festival five weeks ago in Duncan.

She performed during the awards ceremony, and "Grey’s Anatomy” music editor Ed Ornelas was in the audience.

"I only got to play three songs in between awards, but he ended up loving them,” Harter, 25, said in a phone interview.

"He came backstage and introduced himself. It was total luck, I think, but I’ll take it.”

It was also lucky that Harter’s sister, Katie Farrow, was with her. Because when Ornelas asked for a CD of her music, Harter didn’t have one.

"That record is actually sold out,” Harter said of her 2007 release titled "Worry the Bone. BLOG: Ali Harter appears on Static



Ali Harter

→The singer/songwriter from Choctaw is 25 and has been playing in bands or as a solo musician for more than 12 years.

→This month, Harter will play at the South By Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas, and at The Olympia in Paris.

→Her music has been labeled by critics as grassroots, country and a mixture of jazz and blues.

→Her songs are available on iTunes and can be found at alihartermusic.com.

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