"One Tree Hill" Theme Song Gets A New Spin for Season 8

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One of the CW's longest running shows, "One Tree Hill," kicked off it's 8th season last week to strong numbers. Along with "Life Unexpected," they gave the CW it's largest Tuesday audience in a year. I will... 000_002_863_oth-theme

One of the CW's longest running shows, "One Tree Hill," kicked off it's 8th season last week to strong numbers. Along with "Life Unexpected," they gave the CW it's largest Tuesday audience in a year.

I will admit that I'm a huge and loyal OTH fan since day one. I was very excited to see the return of the opening credits with Gavin DeGraw's "I Don't Want To Be" playing this season. For the past 3 seasons, the show did without opening credits.

This season, you might notice something a little different about the theme song, though. In an innovative twist, the show will feature a different performer covering the hit song throughout the season, each in their own unique style. Featured artists include Aimee Mann, Patrick Stump of "Fall Out Boy," "Tegan & Sara," Matthew Ryan, Laura Izibor and Kate Voegele.

How exciting! You'll have to tune in to see whose version is used next. "One Tree Hill" airs on the CW tonight at 8pm EST.

Check out a preview clip from tonight's episode below.

(Photo: The CW)

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