American singer songwriter Patty Griffin was one of the artists whose music was featured on the new Netflix horror series The Haunting of Hill House.
Griffin’s ‘Heavenly Day‘ showed up on the fifth episode of the 10-part series — “The Bent-Neck Lady“. It was first heard during Arthur and Nelly’s wedding, and then was played again during the reception.
Patty Griffin’s ‘Heavenly Day‘ is from her 2007 album Children Running Through. It also showed up on a compilation album Live From The Artist’s Den: Season One soon after.
That album featured music from artists like The Swell Season, Crowded House, Ben Harper, Martin Sexton and Nellie McKay, along with Griffin’s track.
Griffin herself is an indie folk singer that is known for her own music as much as she is known for her songs being covered by other more mainstream artists. Artists with hits from Patty Griffin’s music include Kelly Clarkson, The Dixie Chicks, Bette Midler, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and Martina McBride.
She did gain more recognition herself, however, after her 2011 album Downtown Church was nominated for and ultimately won a Grammy Award.
Griffin’s latest release is the 2015 album Servant of Love, which was also nominated for a Grammy Award.
Listen to Patty Griffin’s ‘Heavenly Day‘ from The Haunting of Hill House in the Spotify widget below.
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