Results tagged “Tim Greiving”

With No Hollywood Bowl This Year, 'Sax Man' Looks For Light At The End Of The Tunnel

Bowl guests have been treated to the sweet sounds of Ken Warfield's alto sax for 36 years. The cancellation of the summer season has silenced this unsung hero -- for now.

The Punk Culver City Video Game Collective Making Games In A Weird Warehouse

"No one's making money from this. This is just people trying to help other people make interesting art."

How 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' Brought Back 1969's Los Angeles

Quentin Tarantino turned the real world into a time machine.

Captain Marvel's Composer Explains How To Create An Iconic Superhero Theme

She even hired her own orchestra to get the gig.

The Deeply Unsettling Sound Of The Theremin Turns 100 Years Old

It makes a sound you instantly recognize. Here's where it came from, where it's been -- and where it's going.

Going From Homeless In LA To Composing Music For Hit TV Shows

Kurt Farquhar composes for The Neighborhood and Black Lightning -- but got his start homeless on the streets of L.A.

How Fake Queen Song 'Totally Gay' Earned An Emmy Nomination

Songwriter Mark Rivers found a dead-on soundalike for Freddie Mercury, then made magic happen for the show "Big Mouth."

DTLA's Grand Park Is Having A Massive Sleepover This Weekend

Grand Park's about to be filled with 500 cots so the audience can lie back and listen to Max Richter's "Sleep" -- all night long.

LA Dodgers Organist Dieter Ruehle Plays Like A Jedi And Might Take Your Requests On Twitter

Dodgers organist Dieter Ruehle plays live, ready to adjust to whatever the game needs. Here's how he does it.

Come Listen To Music At The Observatory That Discovered The Universe

Check out 'Sunday Concerts at the Dome' at the century-old Mount Wilson Observatory.