Sounds Like: Bob Dylan, John Prine, Steve Earle, Townes Van Zandt
Bio: “A Family Treasure for Your Location”
Larry Luvaul has recently relocated for the mountains, forest and rain, but he has brought with him a wealth of songs from a lifetime lived in West Texas.
Born at the start of the Baby Boom in Coleman, Texas, Larry’s greatest influences have come during...See Full Bio
“Larry Luvaul lives in Washington State, but it’s no surprise to find out he was born, raised and lived in Texas. It’s a state that nurtures and cultivates singer-songwriters and listening to Luvaul’s debut record, it’s John Prine and Townes Van Zandt who come most readily to mind. That’s not bad company to keep, and Luvaul manages it by exposing human frailties and foibles, often his own, and singing his songs with a voice that always feel delicately poised on the brink of redemption. His music, though predominantly acoustic, is rich and layered, with fiddle, harp and sound-effects adding to the simple guitar / voice setup. His lyrics are story based, though he’s comfortable being cryptic, whether it’s about relationships with people (or animals) or particular characters. He regularly uses a technique where he adds an unexpected syllable, pause or word to a line that can’t help but catch the ear...."”