Larry Siegel has performed for over forty years on guitar,
He has been a featured instrumentalist with Dolly Parton, Lucie Arnaz, Lester Lanin, Belinda Carlisle of the Go-Gos, John Phillips of the Mamas and Papas, John McD and the McDLT and has, on occasion, led bands on Her Majesty's Ship the QE2. In 1997 he was the bandleader for the New York Yankees and his national television appearances include Rosie O'Donnell, Breakfast Time with Tom Bergeron, Michael Moore's TV Nation, and Gossip Girl.
(The shiny head, behind the singers - on guitar)
In 2011 he led an all-star band to honor Pete Seeger at the 90th birthday gala for NYC's musicians union, local 802, sharing the stage with Paul Schaeffer, Nelly McKay, Darlene Love, Steve Earle, Roseanne Cash and many other luminaries on the NY (and global) music scene.
Larry's credits include live performances worldwide, from countless venues in the U.S. to regular stints in Bermuda, and international festivals in Europe, Russia, Africa and Australia. He toured as the featured musical act with the American Dance Theatre throughout Germany and as a soloist in the ski resorts of Davos, Switzerland. Along with concerts he is regularly engaged as a lecturer and workshop presenter at major festivals around the world.
Original compositions range from songs to soundtracks, including twenty four episodes of the popular
Hard Hat Harry children's video series. For live theatre, Larry has written the music and lyrics for
several shows on the Equity Theatre-for-Young-Audiences circuit. On the off-Broadway stage, he appeared as Spike Spaldeen
in The Song of Singapore and is credited as "ukelele consultant" for the off-broadway musical revue
Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know.
Larry's recordings in current release include:
Color & Harmony, Songs from the 3rd Octave, Great Expectations,
phone 917-757-0108 email firstname.lastname@example.org