It's been a year and a half in the making but this is my pandemic song. The 5th song I've written and recorded. Me on lead and backround vocals, engineered by Jose Freitas who also plays guitars, keyboards and backround vocals with Tommy Curiale on drums and Alyson Kimball on saxaphone and backround vocals. Also Mark Doty on backround vocals.
Paul McCartney wrote When I'm 64 at 16, recorded it at 24. On my 64th birthday I thought I'd tell it like it is at 64. Sorry, Sir Paul but it would go more like this.
The music video for my latest and 4th song. A tribute to my mother. An old fashioned waltz produced by Otto D'Agnolo with Peter Zale on piano and synth and Mike King on stand up bass. Me on vocals.
My official music video of my latest song. It's a heavy metal nursery rhyme written for my son based on a nursery rhyme I wrote for him 24 years agowhen he was 18 months old. it was produced by Stephen Costantino in his Gamorrean Sound studio and BeatGarage studio. Stephen played the guitars and backing vocals, with guest rock drummer, Tommy Curiale and Willy Goshorn doing a great job on bass. Me on lead vocals with my wife Angela as videographer. Check out this great video
Fun getting back to live Stage. Dinner At Five in Tempe, AZ 2018
This is the official music video for my song to my wife, Angela Thomas Friis. The Song is available on all music platforms Written and sung by me (Larry Thomas), I also did the tap dancing and played vibraphone, produced by Stephen Costantino who also played guitar and accordion, bass guitar by Vince Tividad, backing vocal by Ronna Jones and engineered by Paul Erickson.Check out this great video
I did this interview for The Today show online and I'll be on The Today show Tues July 2nd in the 3rd hour on NBC
Rehearsing some tap for my new song that I wrote and performed for my wife. It will be released next week
The music video for the song I wrote and performed for my pilot, Dads!
This short film is currently burning up the 2017 film fest circuit. Written and directed by Jim Politano and starring Eddie Deezen, Caryn Rickman and Larry Thomas
This short film is one of my favorite projects ever, written and directed by Hugh Ross and staring Sarah Bibb and myself. Very funny
Here I am in Once Upon a Mattress doing the number, "Very Soft Shoes" circa 1990
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