The range of music for “Conversations in L.A.” is vast. There’s jazz, blues, tender ballads, classical string quartets, upbeat hip hop, female choirs, to soulful female vocals. There’s even an 8X Grammy Award Nominee: the Tierney Sutton band who was featured in Clint Eastwood’s film, “Sully”! Take a look at the music and their composers featured in Season Three…

Episode 1: Undiscovered Country

Intro Music
“Glass Floor”
by Blindfold

Blindfold Sound provides scoring for film, television, and advertising. Credits include: NBC, ABC, CBS, PBS, BBC, Showtime, HBO, CNN, MTV, VH1, E!, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, TBS, CNBC, ESPN, A&E, CMT, TLC, Bravo, Sundance Channel, WeTV, Lifetime, National Geographic, NFL Network, OWN, Travel, The CW, UFC Channel, Fuse, Esquire, Comedy Central, Logo Network, Nike, Humira, The Atlantic, Clif Bar, GMC, and other shorts and feature documentaries.

Outro Music
“Mercy Blues”
by William Tang

Will Tang, singer-songwriter, guitarist and harmonica maestro, has been likened to artists as diverse as Robert Plant, Ryan Adams and Jack White. The truth is that Will’s music is just a contemporary reflection of his eclectic influences from masters such as Muddy Waters, Hendrix, Clapton and Dylan, among many others.


Episode 2: Stool Pigeon

Intro Music
“Another Love Story”
by Stuart Moore

Stuart Moore is a composer from the UK and now living in California. He has a music degree from the University of Sheffield and for the past ten years has been a full time composer and performing musician. With a wide range of styles from jazz and classical to rock and electronic, his music has been used in over 350 TV shows including “The Voice,” “NFL Football,” “House,” “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” “Real Housewives,” and many more. He also recently scored music for the documentary, “Rise Of The Giants” and had one of his Jazzy Christmas tracks in the independent film “Goats” starring David Duchovny as well as other films, “Blood Of Redemption,” “The 10 Year Plan,” “Life After Beth,” “Street Level” and “The Sons Of Tennessee Williams.”

Episode Music
“The Baroque Quartet”
by Ilya Music’s Media

“The Violin Concerto”
by Ilya Music’s Media

“Dynamic Strings”
by Sound4Media

Sound4Media has been created by Hollywood based media composers work from original music, songs, cinematic themes, corporate tracks, sound design and sound effects. You can find anything from suspense to lullaby, lots of orchestral strings, choral work to electronic music tracks, commercial tracks and ethnic world sounds.

Outro Music
“Dmv – Like A Bird”
by Michael Stephen Decker

Lynne Publishing was established in 2000 and is a music label / publishing company specializing in releasing music for the stock music / library music market. We have a carefully curated library of quality stock music, mostly instrumental, in all genres from classical to hip-hop, rock, epic music and more. We have a diverse roster of artists/composers who write music exclusively for our company.


Episode 3: Wed-Lock

Intro Music
“Spanish Night”
by Alec Koff

Outro Music
by Pondtunez


Episode 4: Carmel by the Sea

Intro Music
“I Just Know It”
by Troy Kline

Troy Kline is a modern day “Swinger-Songwriter,” updating his Sinatra/ Nat Cole/ Etta James roots with modern touches ala George Michael and Michael Bublé. Troy sets heartfelt romantic sentiments to crisp, swinging big band stylizations, ventures into sweat-drenched blues club passion, and with conviction returns to that late night cocktail sound he’s renowned for.

Troy’s tracks have been heard on shows including “American Pickers,” “The Blacklist,” “Club de Cuervos,” “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee,” “Guy Code,” “Hand of God,” and “Marido En Alquiler” (Telenovela).


Episode 5: Bromo-DragonFLY

Intro Music
“Showed Up For The Party”
by Rowland W. Folensbee III, Jordan Kyle Webb, Dave Tough

Episode Music
“Pretty Mama (Instrumental)”
by Dave Tough & Jason Garner

Outro Music
“Rose In Rain “
by Rowland W. Folensbee III

Tre Houston is a music engineer, producer, and songwriter based out of both Nashville, TN and Austin, TX. He has written and produced songs featured in television and film with his most recent features including songs in “Glee,” “Empire,” the Netflix Original show “Hemlock Grove”, the ABC TV movie “Christmas Bounty,” Suave shampoo ad campaigns, CBS and NBC Sports segments, “House of Lies,” and “Outlaw Country.” In addition, Tre has been a semi-finalist in the International Songwriters Competition and has won Muse’s Muse Magazine’s Club Song of the Year Award.


8X Grammy Award Nominee whose music was
recently featured in Clint Eastwood’s film, “Sully!”


Episode 6: The Department of Justice

Intro Music
“Epic Anger – Symphony String Quartet”
by DiMusic

DiMusic is a prolific and successful composer with thousands music tracks in various genres and more than a thousand Placements In Film, TV, and Video Productions.

Outro Music
“Wayfaring Stranger”
by Tierney Sutton Band
Tierney Sutton, vocalist
Christian Jacob, piano
Trey Henry, bass
Kevin Axt, bass
Ray Brinker, drums

“A serious jazz artist who takes the whole enterprise to another level.” – The New York Times

Spanning over 20 years of collaboration, the Tierney Sutton recordings have featured the same core group of consummate musicians who have gelled to a singular voice. They have consistently topped the US jazz charts, leading to Tierney’s selection as JazzWeek’s Vocalist of the Year as well as to numerous other accolades in the music world including seven Grammy nominations for Best Vocal Jazz Album and one for the Band’s collaborative arranging.

Episode 7: Topography of Mind

Intro Music
by Murmur Studio

Outro Music
“Ambient Meditation”
by Matthew Tanner

Episode 8: Coffee and Rum

Intro Music
“Emotional Dream”
by Erick McNerney

Outro Music
“Changeable Mood”
by Ivan Nick