Episode #14 – Larry Hall
Welcome to the show notes for Episode #14 of The Other Side of the Bell – A Trumpet Podcast. This episode features Los Angeles based trumpet player Larry Hall.
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About Larry Hall
Trumpeter Larry Hall was a student of Mr. William Adam at Indiana University before starting a professional career that has spanned just about every style of music imaginable.
Larry’s early years were spent playing in Hawaii and Las Vegas before finally settling down in Los Angeles. During these years, Larry performed with many show bands and was a founding member of the band OX, which later became Seawind. Larry spent some time on the road with Buddy Rich and can be heard on the “Roar of ’74” album.
Since moving to L.A., Larry is one of the most sought after session trumpet players. His credits include many movies and television soundtracks. He has recorded on albums for artists like Elton John, The Jacksons, Earth, Wind & Fire, Placido Domingo, and many others.
Larry is equally at home in a brass chamber group as he is in the studio or in a big band. You can often here him playing in a brass quintet around town.
Larry Hall Trumpet Links
- Larry Hall on The Usual Suspects
- Larry Hall Discography on AllMusic*
*the biography on this page refers to a different Larry Hall
- Seawind Band Website
Trumpet Podcast Credits
- Intro and exit music – When The Leaves Turn Brown, written and performed by Howie Shear from his album Bopliography
- Audio Engineer – Preston Shepard at SC Sound Labs
- Cover Art – Phil Jordan
Previous Trumpet Podcast Episodes:
- Episode #13: Rick Baptist
- Episode #12: Gary Grant
- Episode #11: Roy Poper, 7 Trumpet Tips
- Episode #10: Dan Fornero, Not So Old School
- Episode #9: Rob Roy McGregor
- Episode #8: Tedd Waggoner
- Episode #7: Michael Cichowicz
- Episode #6: Harry Kim, Carroll Purviance
- Episode #5: David Bilger, The Canadian Brass
- Episode #4: Malcolm McNab
- Episode #3: John Clyman, Jay Daversa
- Episode #2: Bud Brisbois, Charley Davis
- Episode #1: 9 Trumpet Tips, John Audino, Paul Panichi