Kinny Landrum is a composer, arranger, producer and keyboardist who has worked with such unusually diverse people as Leonard Bernstein, The Meters, Carly Simon, Jimmy Cliff and David Lynch.  He was the synthesist on the seminal TV show "Twin Peaks", which won a Grammy Award.  He has scored a number of feature films including "A Touch Of Fate" starring Teri Hatcher and "The Only Witness," both of which played on Lifetime, as well as the festival favorite "Hotel Lobby". Kinny was nominated for an Emmy Award for his score to "Living The Story: The Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky" and has written the score for "The Fort Fisher Hermit" which is now available on Youtube(Link).



Kinny wrote the orchestrations for the Broadway show "In My Life".  His songs appear on albums by such artists as John Whelan and Francine Reed. He has produced records with Joe Cerisano and written jingles for clients such as Citizen Watches, Coca-Cola, Ford and Alka-Seltzer. He has served as the chairman of the arranging committee for the Grammy Awards at the New York chapter of NARAS.  And he studied with Oscar-winning composer John Corigliano while earning his Master's Degree in Music.