Larry Kolker

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Larry Kolker, who is also known as "Long Island Slim," is a singer-songwriter who applies his soulful voice and blues and funk basics to lyrical power folk and pop songs. Larry's music reminds people of their own favorite artists: he has been compared to Elvis Costello, Jorma Kaukonen, John Prine, Tracy Chapman, Taj Mahal, Junior Wells, Buddy Holly, Hank Williams Sr., Warren Zevon, Bruce Cockburn, Phish, Randy Newman, Richie Havens, Bob Dylan, Jonathan Richman, Cat Stevens, Paul Simon and Neil Young.
Larry Kolker
Larry's first full album, "Long Island Slim", was released in June 2002. He has performed recently in coffeehouses and other small venues from Greenwich Village to Poughkeepsie, including the C-Note, Le Bar Bat, the Sun Music Company, the Baggot Inn, the Rising Café, Caffe Aurora, the Black Cow and the Funky Bean Cafe, where he hosts a monthly songwriters' showcase. Larry was named "Singer-Songwriter of the Month", May 2002. He showcased at the 2003 Millenium Music Conference in Harrisburg, PA and performed at the 2003 Annual Bob Dylan Festival at the Warwick Valley Winery and the 2003 Ossining Spring Fair.






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