Martin Scorsese Plucks Blues Band From Obscurity

(The Blues) Los Angeles blues-rock duo 7Horse are poised on the edge of the big-time after movie mogul Martin Scorsese asked for permission to use one of their tracks in the soundtrack to his latest film.

Meth Lab Zoso Sticker, appears in the film The Wolf Of Wall Street, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio as disgraced financier Jordan Belfort. 7Horse drummer and vocalist Phil Leavitt admits he'll probably never know how their music came to be chosen.

He says: "We got an email in the summer from the lawyer who was clearing the music. It came out of the blue, and I still to this day don't know how Martin Scorsese or his people heard it, or who found it.

"I dug into it a bit and found out that Scorsese finds a lot of his own music for his movies. Maybe they heard it on satellite radio." More including the song.

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