Music Supervisor Profile is a recurring feature on Rollo & Grady where we interview the top supervisors in the business to learn their secrets and get valuable advice on how to break into world of music supervision. Some of our previous interviews have been with such heavyweights as Thomas Golubic, Gary Calamar, and Scott Vener.
This month we interviewed the super talented Liza Richardson. Her resume boasts Hawaii Five-0 , Parenthood, and Friday Night Lights. Richardson selected over 600 songs in the 5-season run of Friday Night Lights. Some of the artists she included were Pearl Jam, Wilco, White Denim, Ryan Adams, TV On The Radio, Explosions In The Sky, Black Keys, and Bob Dylan. Her film work includes The Italian Job, Lords Of Dogtown, and Y Tu MamÃ¡ TambiÃ©n, which was nominated for a Best Soundtrack Compilation Grammy.
In addition to her work in television and film, Richardson worked on an IPOD commercial. The Texas native has also DJâ€™d for Southern California radio station KCRW 89.9 FMsince 1990 and she was tapped to be the first DJ to spin for the Academy Awards ceremony in 2007.
Read the interview here.