Born: July 14, 1965
Larry Fuller was raised in Toledo, Ohio. He began his musical studies in jazz at the age of 11. Floyd Candy Johnson, a veteran of the Count Basie and Duke Ellington Orchestras, mentored Fuller by hiring him for regular paying gigs when he was 13 and 14 years old. In the early days of his career, Fuller frequently performed in the nearby cities of Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan.
In 1988, Fuller moved to Seattle to work with vocalist Ernestine Anderson. For six years, Fuller was Anderson's pianist and musical director – traveling and performing worldwide. He also recorded with Anderson, including on her Grammy-nominated CD, Now and Then, on Qwest Records....
AwardsNorthwest Album of the Year, a Golden Ear Seattle Jazz Award (2003) for "Easy Walker"
Larry FullerCapri Records
Easy WalkerPony Boy Records
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