Tommy Lasorda Creates Excitement at West L.A. Music



left to right: Tommy Lasorda, Don Griffin

LOS ANGELES, CA — Dodger great Tommy Lasorda recently visited West L.A. Music to pick up a portable keyboard. Lasorda received expert help from West L.A. Music sales veteran Mark Spiwak. Spiwak suggested a complete setup with a Yamaha PSRGX76 keyboard, headphones, a stand and a bench. He made sure that the keyboard was user-friendly with lots of great sounds and room to grow. "I really enjoyed talking with Tommy Lasorda and listening to his many Dodger stories. We see famous musicians at West L.A. Music every day, but Tommy created a unique level of excitement. He is a true sports legend and very popular in Southern California," Spiwak said.

Tommy Lasorda began managing the Dodgers in 1976 when Walter Alston announced his retirement after 23 seasons. Lasorda was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1997, making him the 14th Hall of Famer in major league history to be elected as a manager. Tommy has served the Dodgers as a player, scout, minor league manager and major league manager. Lasorda managed the Dodgers for 20 seasons before retiring in 1996. Lasorda finished his managerial career with a 1,599-1,439 record. He led his Dodger teams to two World Championships and four National pennants.

About West L.A. Music

For over 30 years, West L.A. Music has supplied music, audio and recording equipment to top artists around the world. The first music retailer to implement a "beat any deal" policy, industry insiders count on West L.A. Music's personalized knowledgeable service and comprehensive selection of professional products from leading manufacturers.

West L.A. Music supplies equipment for recording studios, broadcast companies, film and video post production facilities, major artists, producers, composers, and record companies, as well as schools, churches and government agencies.

West L.A. Music offers expert system design, installation, and training services for outfitting home studios, sophisticated world class studios, local clubs, concert arenas, and more.

For more information, call West L.A. Music at 310-477-1945

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