Nashville-based American singer songwriter Aron Wright’s ‘Make It Easy On You‘ was the last song featured on the most recent Grey’s Anatomy episode last night — Grey’s Anatomy, Season 16, Episode 13, “Save The Last Dance For Me“, which aired on February 14th, 2020.
It was played right at the end of the episode as Levi and Nico are talking about their future, Amelia sends a text to Link and we then see Jo home alone.
The gorgeous piano-centered track was co-written by Aron Wright and Amy Wadge and was released earlier this month.
It is one of a huge number of songs the folk pop rock singer has had featured on hit TV series in recent years.
It is also just one of a massive list of tracks Wright has already had played on previous episodes and seasons of Grey’s Anatomy, with music placements showing up on the hit medical drama just about every year since 2012.
Other Aron Wright tracks Grey’s Anatomy music supervisors have loved include ‘And Still, The Darkness Comes’, ‘Build It Better’, ‘Crystallize‘ (feat. Fleurie), ‘Don’t Play Games’, ‘I Surrender’, ‘You’re The Last Thing On My Mind‘, a superb cover of Tears for Fears’ ‘Everybody Wants To Rule The World’ and ‘Home‘.
The 39-year-old singer is also known for writing hit songs for major artists like Panic! at the Disco and Courtney Love.
Listen to Aron Wright’s ‘Make It Easy On You‘ as featured on Grey’s Anatomy in the Spotify player below, and you will easily see why his music is so loved on that show. By both music supervisors and fans of the show.
You can learn more about the singer and his music on his website.