Listen to Phillip LaRue’s ‘Tell Me It’s a Dream’ from Grey’s Anatomy. Season 16, Episode 1

Nashville-based indie pop singer, songwriter and producer Phillip LaRue’s ‘Tell Me It’s a Dream‘ was featured on the new season of the medical drama Grey’s Anatomy this week — Grey’s Anatomy, Season 16, Episode 1, “Nothing Left to Cling to” (aired on 26th September, 2019).

The song was played as Maggie and Jackson decide to part ways, Catherine asks Richard about his new job, and Meredith finds out action is being taken against her medical license.

Phillip LaRue’s ‘Tell Me It’s a Dream” is from his 7-track EP An Analog Digital Heart.  Released on the Above Ground/Tone Tree Music record labels in March, 2019, the track was co-written by LaRue and Andrew Petroff.

He has previously released two solo albums and four albums with his band LaRue, which he plays in with his sister Natalie.

The singer songwriter also has a successful career providing music to a wide variety of TV shows, including Grey’s Anatomy, One Tree Hill, The Hills, Ghost Whisperer and Nashville.

Listen to Phillip LaRue’s ‘Tell Me It’s a Dream‘ in the video below, and on his EP An Analog Digital Heart in the Spotify widget below that.

You can follow him on Facebook.

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About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered anime, manga, K-drama and music news for over a decade.