Hollywood Records has released its newest episode of their music docuseries & podcast – THE BIG SCORE. This episode features
Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony awarding-winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (“Frozen,” “Coco,” “WandaVision,” “Book of Mormon”) discuss the music behind their new Hulu series, “UP HERE,” the backstory to their own love story and how, as co-creators and first time Executive Producers of the show alongside the writer of “tick, tick…BOOM!” and the director of “Hamilton,” they were able to incorporate music and storytelling. With the show set in the 90’s, the duo also reveal their musical inspirations including 90’s female powerhouses Aimee Mann and Fiona Apple, Billy Joel and even a little hip-hop influence bringing the character’s inner voices to life.
Watch the episode or listen to the podcast here: https://hollywoodrecs.lnk.to/TheBigScore
The Big Score is an original series offering first-person audio and video vignettes that delve deep into the creation of film and television music for influential and award-winning movies and series from Searchlight Pictures, 20th Century Studios, Hulu, Freeform, FX, National Geographic, Onyx Collective and more. Whether watching and/or listening, audiences will gain personal perspectives, stories, and insights from some of today’s most innovative composers and artists, plus exclusive behind the scenes access into the recording process and creation of their scores. Fans can catch The Big Score wherever they listen to podcasts, while the accompanying docuseries premieres on YouTube.
Video episodes will run 5-7 minutes, intercutting the main interviews with direct scene commentary and behind-the-scenes footage. Meanwhile, the podcast will span 20-30 minutes, providing in-depth perspective from the composer. Other interview subjects will include directors, music supervisors, and artists who contributed to writing, recording, performing, or music production.
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