Robert Drasnin was the Director of Music for CBS Entertainment. He also scored and arranged music for television's "Lost in Space", "Playhouse 90", "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.", "Mission Impossible", and "The Twilight Zone", (among many others.)
Earlier in his career, Drasnin played alto (saxophone) in the bands of Tommy Dorsey, Les Brown, Alvino Rey, and Red Norvo's Quintet.
In 1959, he wrote, arranged and recorded the exotica classic "Voodoo".
At age 80, Bob released "Voodoo II", and is an honored guest and performer at Tiki celebrations.
Drasnin now teaches film music composition at UCLA Extension, as well as performing and conducting on a regular basis. He lives with his wife, Marlene, near Ventura, California.