Bassist Larry Gray’s impressive abilities and unusual versatility are aptly displayed on Appassionata from the Ramsey Lewis Trio released in nov 1999 from the Milwaukee, WI-based Narada Jazz label. Among Chicago’s leading music artists, Grey was the home bassist for the city’s leading jazz space, the Jazz Display. He has distributed the stage with such jazz legends as Clark Terry, Joe Henderson, and Bobby Hutcherson, amongst others. Grey offers performed at jazz celebrations and clubs all around the globe: The Umbria Jazz Event, the Montreal International Jazz Event, the Montreaux Detroit Event, as well as the Chicago Jazz Event. Grey has analyzed drums, acoustic guitar, flute, acoustic guitar, and piano while generating bachelor’s and master’s levels in violoncello overall performance. Pay attention to “Nessun Dorma,” a duet between Lewis’ lush, passionate trills as well as the melancholy bow strokes of Grey on Appassionata. The musician offers performed like a single recitalist at numerous universities such as for example Northern Illinois University or college, Roosevelt University or college, and DePaul School where he’s a member from the esteemed jazz faculty. Gray’s flexibility has result in him being in the A-list of first-call program players, with monitor dates with an array of performers: previous Styx member Dennis DeYoung, Willie Pickens, Pal Childers, and Ira Sullivan, amongst others.
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|In Paris, A.W.O.L.||1936||Buddy|
|A Face in the Fog||1936||Peter Fortune|
|Timber War||1935||Larry Keane|
|The Old Homestead||1935||Bob Shackleforth|
|Danger Ahead||1935||Jerry Mason|
|Dizzy Dames||1935||Terry Ramsey|
|Here Comes the Groom||1934||Marvin Hale|
|Golden Harvest||1933||Hugh Jackson (as Larry Gray)|
|Hello Pop||1933||Short||Singer (uncredited)|
|Mother's Millions||1931||Tom Breen|
|Man of the World||1931||Frank Reynolds|
|Going Wild||1930||Jack Lane|
|The Florodora Girl||1930||Jack Vibart|
|Children of Pleasure||1930||Danny Regan|
|Spring Is Here||1930||Steve Alden|
|It's a Great Life||1929||Jimmy Dean|
|Trent's Last Case||1929||Jack Marlowe|
|Sin Sister||1929||Peter Van Dykeman|
|The Rainbow||1929||Jim Forbes|
|Marriage by Contract||1928||Don|
|Shadows of the Night||1928||Jimmy Sherwood|
|Oh Kay!||1928||Jimmy Winter|
|Love Hungry||1928||Tom Harver|
|The Patsy||1928||Billy Caldwell|
|Ladies Must Dress||1927||Joe|
|After Midnight||1927||Joe Miller|
|The Callahans and the Murphys||1927||Dan Murphy|
|The Telephone Girl||1927||Tom Blake|
|Everybody's Acting||1926||Ted Potter|
|Kid Boots||1926||Tom Sterling|
|The Palm Beach Girl||1926||Jack Trotter|
|Love 'Em and Leave 'Em||1926||Bill Billingsley|
|The Untamed Lady||1926||Larry Gastlen|
|The American Venus||1926||Chip Armstrong|
|Stage Struck||1925||Orme Wilson|
|The Coast of Folly||1925||Bather|
|Are Parents People?||1925||Dr. Dacer|
|The Dressmaker from Paris||1925||Allan Stone|
|It's a Great Life||1929||performer: "I'm Sailing on a Sunbeam!" - uncredited|
|Marianne||1929/I||"Marianne" 1929, "Just You, Just Me" 1929, uncredited / performer: "Blondy" 1929, "Just You, Just Me" 1929 - uncredited|
|The Old Homestead||1935||performer: "Moonlight in Heaven", "Plow Boy"|
|Hello Pop||1933||Short performer: "I'm Sailing on a Sunbeam"|
|Sunny||1930||performer: "Who?" 1925, "Oh! Didn't He Ramble" 1902 - uncredited|
|The Florodora Girl||1930||performer: "My Kind of Man" 1930 - uncredited|
|Children of Pleasure||1930||performer: "The Better Things in Life" 1930, "Girl Trouble" 1930, "Dust" 1930, "Leave It That Way" 1930, "The Whole Darned Thing's for You" 1930 - uncredited|
|Spring Is Here||1930||performer: "With a Song in My Heart" 1929 - uncredited|
|An Intimate Dinner in Celebration of Warner Bros. Silver Jubilee||1930||Short||Himself|
|Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 24||1930||Short||Himself|
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