Larry began his songwriting career in New York City's famous Tin Pan Alley working as a Staff Songwriter for Kama Sutra Records.
While there he was discovered by a Rock and Roll manager, who put him to work as a Songwriter/Keyboardist/Mime in an Art Rock band called “The Hello People”.
The band created five commercially released record albums, the last two were produced by Todd Rundgren, and who they toured and recorded with on his "Back To the Bars" album.
The band appeared on the “Tonight Show”, Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, and the Fillmore's East and West while touring the U.S.
His music has been heard on two soundtracks which almost summed up his career, “Almost Famous” and “6 feet Under”. However Rockers never say die. He survived playing in N.Y.C. Society and Bar bands, Studio recording, and performing in the Senior Community and for Nursing/Assisted Living homes, where a growing number of the residents grew up on Rock and Roll.
Larry's true passion has always been songwriting and composing along with striking the keys.