The Koala May Take The Outfit To Nashville

One lesser-known aspect of “Blinky Bill” is its music.

Yoram Gross Film Studios has made the rather daring choice of country music, and there’s a chance the soundtrack may be recorded in Nashville under the supervision of Yoram and Sandra Gross’ son Guy.

“The Magic Riddle” and “Blinky Bill” will both have soundtracks as part of their merchandising spread, a first for the studio. Guy Gross, a classically trained musician/composer who runs his own recording studios within the YGFS complex, has composed original songs and incidental music for the two films.

He says recording the soundtrack in Nashville with session players is a possibility, depending on contacts and inspiration gleaned from attending the recent annual Tamworth country music festival (one of the world’s majorcountry-music gatherings).

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