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HAMMER WELCOMES LARRY STEVENS BAND FRONT-MAN, LARRY STEVENS INTO THE STUDIO

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 Hammer has a rockin show lined up for you this morning, as he welcomes into the studio, front-man of the Larry Stevens band, Larry Stevens himself. If you would like to come into -the studio and ask Larry a question, the number is 646-595-3032; and one lucky listener will win a cd of original music from Larry. Watch Band Perform

Some people are just born with music coursing through their veins. Hailing from Montvale, New Jersey, Larry Stevens has been singing and performing since childhood. An accomplished singer/songwriter with a distinctive brand of music described as “Amerirock”, Stevens creates quality music paired with honest and heartfelt lyrics, that resonates with his fans, the music industry, and media outlets. The melodies in his original material have been compared to those of Jack Johnson, Plain White T’s and the Beatles. With dynamic, energetic performances Stevens has found himself on stage at some of the most sought-after venues in New York City including The Bitter End, Kenny’s Castaways, and The Iridium, as well as many noteworthy venues in New Jersey including Bergen Performing Arts Center, PNC Bank Arts Center, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the Surflight Theatre, and the New Jersey Festival of Ballooning. While living in Nashville, Stevens wrote, collaborated and performed with many of the most prominent names in the music industry, and performed at the most coveted singer/songwriter venue in the world, the legendary Bluebird Café, as well as many other important stages. He has had the honor of sharing the stage with such national acts as Kenny Loggins, Gin Blossoms, Huey Lewis and the News, Foreigner, The Doobie Brothers, Peter Frampton, America, Todd Rundgren, and Blood, Sweat & Tears

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