- 2009 - Larry
is about to go in the studio's and began a new CD.
- This is my new website.
It's currently being updated too.
I have a video in place there now, but in about two more days
that Blue Highway will have live coverage of recent filming we
did, plus two other new video's will be ready and added shortly.
I'm about to go in the studio's and began a new CD.
Larry has now began song writing
with Jon Philibert of Country Music
Magazine in London. Jon penned "I've Been Rained On Too" that Tom
several others had success with. Larry has cut many of Jon's songs.
write via mail and Internet.
Traditional Country Music Crooner Singer/Songwriter lives in
Nashville, Tennessee and has recorded two Cd's. The Blue Highway, and
Out of The Blue. Some of Larry's favorite singers are Emmylou Harris,
Tracy Nelson, Dianne Davidson, Kathy Chiavola, George Jones, Martin
Del Ray, Jim Reeves, Eric Andersen, and Jackson Browne.
Born in Gadsden, Alabama, Larry's father was killed in an automobile
four months before his birth to the day. Larry began playing guitar at
the age of 10, and by age 15 was not only playing and writing songs
but was also considered an accomplished pianist. His first performance
as a singer was at age 10 at a local theatre in Columbus, Georgia
where he grew up. He made his first recordings in 1985 for Trish
Records, an Independent Record label in Columbus, Georgia. He cut two
singles for Trish Records. Then in 1986, after the death of his mother
he lost all interest in recording or performing and the two singles
from Trish records were never released. In the late part of 1987 he
returned to the studios in Nashville with a contract with JDS Records
and cut four singles, and his JDS release "Country Music Never Let Me
Down" had independent chart success. He subsequently moved to
Nashville. There he created Loree Records. He released his first CD on
Loree Records titled The Blue Highway, and recently has completed a
New CD titled Out Of The Blue. Larry currently lives in Nashville.
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