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Larry Steen

A virtuoso bassist that has dubbed his music “Globe Jazz” because of its Globe Music affects, Larry Steen is among the better electric powered bassists around today. He went to Berklee (1982-84), the School of Miami (1985-87) and down the road Cal Arts. Among his early concert performances were schedules with Jon Hendricks, Billy Eckstine and Ira Sullivan. After shifting to the LA area, he proved helpful as a studio room musician, used the Brandeis-Bardin International Klezmer Outfit, documented with Frank Strazzeri and Costs Perkins on the Stan Kenton “BACK AGAIN TO Balboa” special event and made an appearance at concerts with a multitude of jazz and pop performers. Among the previous have already been Mose Allison, Ernie W, Brandon Areas, Eric Marienthal, Louie Bellson, Bob Sheppard, Expenses Cunliffe and Mel Torme. Larry Steen’s debut Compact disc as a innovator (First Move) premiered in 1996.

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