We're sorry, which Graham Reynolds were you asking about? The one who headlined the Golden Arm Trio and wrote new scores for silent film classics at the Alamo Drafthouse? Or the one who scores contemporary films such as Richard Linklater's A Scanner Darkly and Bernie? The one who worked with Ballet Austin on The Bach Project and The Mozart Project and with Forklift Danceworks on The Trash Project? The symphony-writing co-mastermind of the Golden Hornet Project with Peter Stopschinski? The bandleader who did the kickass remixes of Duke Ellington tunes? Or the composer-in-residence for the Rude Mechs and the Dionysium? What? They're all the same guy? Then the question of why Austin holds this prolific and prodigiously talented musical artist so close to its heart (and ear) is already answered.
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