Ralph Grierson’s father was a sawmill operator who loved playing music after work and on the weekends. As Ralph grew up, his father encouraged him to develop a career in music. After college, while playing in several bands in the Los Angeles area, Ralph was asked to record a film score. Over the years Ralph became one of the most sought-after studio musicians in the film industry. Ralph had a fascination with electronic musical instruments, playing the Moog and ARP on countless sessions over the years. During his career he recorded for television on many occasions and soon began composing for TV and film himself.
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