Hal Cragin

Hal Cragin is a Los Angeles based music producer, writer, and bassist. He has co-written songs with a wide range of artists, including several tracks with Iggy Pop and A Fine Frenzy.

Grammy nominated, he’s worked in various capacities with a diverse selection of artists including records for Joni Mitchell, They Might Be Giants, Vic Chestnut, Beth Orton, Rae Morris, Asaf Avidan, Sarah Machlachlan, The Kills, Ruth Brown, Money Mark, Peking Duk, Freedy Johnson, Victoria Williams, Rufus Wainwright, Ariel Rechtshaid, Rob Dickenson, The Crystal Antlers, Andy Kim, The The, Rubber Rodeo, Frank Black, Ari Hest, Brian Blade, and Eddie Kirkland. He’s been involved with films such as Ron Howard’s Beatles doc, “8 days a Week,” Michael Moore’s “Capitalism,” and Joss Whedon’s “Cabin in the Woods.” He’s composed for various entertainment outlets in your grocer’s freezer.