Everwood Theme Song!! Now for some reason, we have an Everwood boxed set lying somewhere around the house. It’s my sister’s but I never really dared to start watching it, let alone touch it. However, I know this show and I have seen a couple of episodes from back then. It had this really mellow theme song set by a solo violin playing the main melody.
That theme song was composed by American composer Blake Neely, and it earned him a 2003 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music nomination.
That nomination was one of only two Emmy nominations the series received—the other one for Outstanding Guest Actor for James Earl Jones.
The series was able to release one official soundtrack. It of course contains the theme song, which is credited as “Main Title Theme for Everwood” in the album. The full version lasts 2:54.
Everwood Theme Song Full
Below is the complete version of the song.
you know what? let’s talk a little bit about each season:
The series begins with the arrival of Dr. Andrew “Andy” Brown, a widower who leaves his successful job as a top Manhattan neurosurgeon to live in a small Colorado town, bringing his 9-year-old daughter Delia and 15-year-old son Ephram with him. He chooses the town of Everwood because his late wife had told him of her emotional attachment to the town. Many of the storylines revolve around settling into a new town, dealing with the death of the mother and wife of the family, and the growing relationship between Andy and his son, who did not interact much in New York, due to the demands of Andy’s job. Andy at first finds some conflict with Dr. Harold Abbott, with whom his professional opinions differ. However, Harold’s cranky demeanor and Andy’s passive, cheerful attitude prove to mesh well, and the two begin a friendly rivalry. Ephram continually struggles with his emerging adolescence, his studies as a classical pianist, and his crush on Amy, Harold’s daughter.
The beginning of Season 2 reveals Colin’s fate. The entire town blames Andy for “killing” Colin. They stop going to his practice and shun his children. Andy stands by his decision and eventually admits to Ephram that he could have saved Colin’s life, but he would have been mentally and physically disabled and, at Colin’s insistence, promised that he would not let him live that way.
The third season opens with Andy receiving a letter from Madison cutting off all ties with him. She has moved to Denver but does not reveal her decision regarding the pregnancy. Andy contemplates telling Ephram, but Harold convinces him not to do so, for the sake of both Ephram and Amy.
The fourth season opens with Edna and her husband Irv planning a vow-renewal ceremony. Rose is recovering well, and Jake has moved in with Nina. Bright starts his second year at Everwood Community College and has moved into an apartment. A medical student, Reid, has caught Amy’s eye, and Amy convinces Bright to let Reid be his roommate. At the request of Delia, who desperately misses him, Ephram returns from Europe in time to attend the end of Irv and Edna’s ceremony.
Everwood – Opening season 3 and 4
The credits/theme song to Everwood season 3 and 4.
Well guys let me know what do you think about this theme song, go to listen to other of the themes we have prepared for you and see you in the next one 😉