Oh Darling

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Oh Darling
Origin Portland, Oregon, United States
Genres Pop, Rock & Roll
Years active 2006-present
Website ohdarlingmusic.com
Members Daven Hall
Jasmine Ash
J.Marie Hall
Jake Endicott

Oh Darling is an American pop quartet, based in Lost Angeles, California.


Guitarist Daven Hall, singer and keyboardist Jasmine Ash, bassist J. Marie Hall and drummer Jake Endicott started making music together in 2006 in Portland, Oregon, and relocated to Los Angeles in 2009.

Their latest album, Brave The Sound, was recorded in the band's home studio in Echo Park, Los Angeles, and was produced by guitarist Daven Hall. Mixed by Nate Anderson, the record includes songs such as "Love" (featured on the ABC series Ugly Betty) and "Prettiest Thing", which was used in the soundtrack to Disney's film Prom (2011).

Songs from their previous albums have been featured on television series, including the CW's One Tree Hill, Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva and United States's Royal Pains.

The group has toured the West Coast, playing venues includuing the Doug Fir, The Viper Room, Spaceland and the Hotel Café. They have opened for The 88, Fitz & The Tantrums, Anya Marina and The Watson Twins.[1]

Film and television[edit]

  • Volkswagen national television commercial – "Colorful Day"
  • Ugly Betty television show – "L.O.V.E."
  • Royal Pains television show – "Colorful Day" and "Prettiest Thing"
  • Prom (2011) – "Prettiest Thing"



  • Nice Nice (2007)
  • Oh Darling (2009)
  • Brave The Sound (2011)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Bio | Oh Darling". Oh Darling. Retrieved November 19, 2011. 

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