Danny Bramson: The Interview Part 3 on Qscore!
From Backstreet Records and Tom Petty’s Damn the Torpedoes to making movies with Cameron Crowe . . . in Part III of The Interview, Bramson shares the beginning of music supervision, where coordinating talents like Peter Gabriel and Led Zeppelin was a yet “under-acknowledged” job category. Together with Joel Sill (Forrest Gump, Castaway), Becky Shargo (Urban Cowboy, Footloose) and Gary Goetzman (Stop Making Sense, Something Wild), the job of music supervisor was born and music began to earn it’s place as a character in any creative narrative.
Enjoy the entire six part interview with Danny. From the Universal Amphitheater to his prolific partnership with Cameron Crowe, the Rolling Stone writer-turned-uber-successful-film-director whose path was immortalized in the semi-autobiographical Almost Famous, legendary music industry impresario Danny Bramson joins Q Score’s own Jonathan McHugh for a six part interview. They discuss everyone and everything from Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan and Tom Petty to Say Anything, Singles, Jerry Maguire and, of course, Almost Famous.
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