Larry has been described as the
biggest rock star that no one has ever heard of. His soulful voice
is reminiscent of Greg Allman (who he met and jammed with in a
hotel room) and Dan Fogerty.
Larry was born and raised in Mississippi.
As a young man he worked in the cotton fields, so you can say
he’s got the blues thing in his blood. The man that introduced
Larry to the guitar was a one-armed blues player, he would watch
intently, as the man would beat out a rhythm and chord with just
one hand. Larry has a degree in music and vocals. A few years
back he put this to good use doing some studio work in Nashville,
and also some touring.
Today he loves to tear it up on
the local scene; it keeps him close to home. This fall Larry and
his newly wed bride Jo bought a new house outside of Muscatine.