Born: February 7, 1955 Primary Instrument: Guitar
LARRY WILLIAMS always does it with style...-
...having made a life thinking outside the box” and playing a variety of instruments, covering many genres. The toughest part in describing this man is- where to start.
It was Larry's father, James Wilmon Williams who put a horn in his eight year old son's hands and gave him his first lessons.
“The real irony is, I didn't even want to play the trumpet.” Larry recalls.”As I was heading for the drums at a band camp just before 7th grade, I felt my dad's hand grab the back of my shirt collar, and reposition my footsteps toward the brass section. So it was my destiny?...
The Bridge (2002)
And the Angels Were Dancing (2004)
Works for Piano (2003)
A Time To Play (1995)
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