Delivered in Dallas, Tx in 1948, Larry Groce is really a singer and songwriter of folk and children’s music who got a Top 10 hit using the 1976 novelty tune “PROCESSED FOODS Junkie.” Groce produced his first documenting as a scholar in 1969, a assortment of hymns entitled Peace and Pleasure and Power. After completing his level, he shifted to NEW YORK and begun to perform frequently in a cafe and coffeehouse possessed by Larry Brezner (after that hubby of Melissa Manchester). An archive agreement with Daybreak Information soon followed, plus they released his to begin many self-penned albums, The Whole wheat Lays Low, in 1970. After executing in the united states for a couple years with support through the Country wide Endowment for the Arts, he previously a high Ten strike with “PROCESSED FOODS Junkie,” documented live at McCabe’s in Santa Monica, California. The comical tune in regards to a wellness food hypocrite resulted in national television performances on shows like the Tonight Present and American Bandstand. Around that point, he started what would become regular efforts to Disney children’s music; his initial, “Winnie-the-Pooh for Leader,” was nominated to get a Grammy for Greatest Documenting for Children in 1977. Following Disney tasks included Children’s Favorites, Vols. 1-4, and in 1983 he founded Hill Stage, a favorite live-music open public radio program structured away from his adopted condition of Western world Virginia. The display shown its 750th event in Dec 2013. K-Tel released His ABSOLUTE BEST in 2008; it included “PROCESSED FOODS Junkie.”
|1||Has recorded 22 albums including 6 platinum albums for Walt Disney Records (aka Disneyland Records). Nominated for a Grammy Award.|
|2||In the late 80s he hosted "Mountain Stage," a national radio show. Early in the 70s, Groce went to work for the National Endowment for the Arts and West Virginia's Arts and Humanities Council. He was sent to the Appalachian Mountains in West Virginia to teach songwriting.|
|Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day||2014||arranger: "If You're Happy And You Know It" / performer: "If You're Happy And You Know It"|
|AMV Hell 3: The Motion Picture||2005||performer: "I've Been Working on the Railroad"|
|The Pacifier||2005||performer: "Skip to My Lou"|
|Old School||2003||performer: "Hokey Pokey"|
|The Jacksons||TV Series lyrics - 1 episode, 1977 music - 1 episode, 1977|
|Mountain Stage||2001||TV Series co-producer|
|Mountain Stage||2003||TV Series||Himself - Host|
|The Rich Little Show||1976||TV Series||Himself|
|New American Bandstand 1965||1976||TV Series||Himself|
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