Siddhartha Khosla is a film and television composer, and singer/songwriter/producer of the critically acclaimed band, Goldspot. In 2019, Khosla received his first Emmy nomination for “Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)” for his work on This Is Us “Songbird Road Part 1.” Also in 2019, Khosla was invited to perform at the ASCAP Foundation’s 11th Annual “We Write The Songs” event at The Library Of Congress.
Khosla is currently scoring ABC’s new Tim Doyle comedy series, The Kids Are Alright, Hulu’s original series, Marvel’s Runaways, and continues to score on NBC’s hit Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated drama series, This Is Us. Within the series, Khosla composed the hit song, “We Can Always Come Back To This,” which ranked #1 in the Billboard Blues Charts for four consecutive weeks. He also recently scored CBS’ comedy series Me, Myself and I, the film drama The Sounding, and musical film Basmati Blues, for which he composed original songs. Khosla’s other scores include Lionsgate TV drama The Royals, and the feature film comedy Fat Camp.
Khosla began scoring for television and film while fronting his acclaimed band, Goldspot. In 2013, the band’s album Aerogramme captured #1 Album of the Year on the Los Angeles Times’ pop music editor’s year-end best albums list. Goldspot’s original songs have been featured on numerous TV shows, including How I Met Your Mother, The O.C. and The Neighbors, as well as in major advertising campaigns for Google, Target and Apple.
In November 2013, Khosla was invited as the musical guest for First Lady Michelle Obama’s Diwali celebration at the White House, where he delivered an emotional performance of several of his original songs.
Khosla has a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, where he composed and sang for the university’s award-winning a cappella group, Off the Beat. He now resides in Los Angeles with his wife and children.