Larry Sepulvado has a lengthy history of music related experience starting with his own music publication, Mother Magazine, in 1967 that featured the only interview with The 13th Floor Elevators & The Red Crayola. That was followed by writing a cover story on Texas music for Rolling Stone Magazine in 1968 that lead to the signing of Johnny Winter to Columbia Records. It was the largest monetary signing of any artist at that time.
In the 70s he was one of the organizers for the Sin City event in Houston, Texas that was associated with Gram Parsons performances at Liberty Hall with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt.
He wrote & played in various Sin City bands for the next 8 years.
In the 80s he embarked on a Country & Western Dance career. He was the UCWDC World Champion in the top division in 1997 and was inducted into the UCWDC country dance Hall Of Fame in Nashville in January of 2011.
In 2004 Larry begin writing and performing again and released his first CD in 2009 "Cajun Cats & Creole Cats" recorded with the Delbert McClinton band. The CD was nominated for best produced Texas CD at the 2010 Texas Music Awards. He is currently finishing his 2nd CD tentatively titled "Open Up The Honky Tonks".
Although he performs as a solo/duo its when he performs as a dance band that his dance background shows his true colors shine with music that is wall to wall danceable!