Larry Ladon

Larry Ladon

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Larry Ladon has captivated and mesmerized audiences worldwide with his phenomenal live performances and soul-stirring vocals.

Biography

Larry Ladon has captivated and mesmerized audiences worldwide with his phenomenal live performances and soul-stirring vocals. He has opened for and performed alongside legendary artists such as B.B. King, Johnny Taylor, Johnny "Guitar" Watson, Bobby Bland, Lakeside, Jimmy Church, Carl Weathersby, Johnny Jones, and Etta James. Larry has performed for several blues festivals which include, but is not limited to, the Lucerne Blues Festival in Lucerne, Switzerland, the Blues Estafette in The Netherlands, and the historic Jefferson Street Blues Festival in Nashville, TN.
Larry's eclectic style, along with his wonderful personality has gained him a fan base of music lovers from a variety of genres worldwide. " When I walk on the stage, nothing else exists but me and my fans, "advises Larry. "That is what I am all about. I would not be who I am today without the love and support I have received from them. If my music and my performance don't satisfy my fans, then everything that I have done was in vain," he adds.
Larry Ladon actively tours the US and performs at Nashville's historic Printer's Alley, Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar, and at B.B. King's Night Club.

Discography

Living On Borrowed Time - Debut LP 2002
Black Magic Records

Set List

Please note - Larry Ladon performs hundreds of songs from a variety of genres and formats his song list for each performance according to the occasion of such performance and requests from his fans and/or clients. Because of this, all of the songs that he performs is not on this list. If there is a particular song that you would like to see performed, and it is not listed below, please submit your request and Larry will do his best to accommodate you. Thank you!

R & B

James Brown- Sex Machine
Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag
It’s A Man’s World

Bobby Caldwell - What you won’t do for Love

Ray Charles- What I Say
Georgia On My Mind
I Gotta Woman Way Cross Town

Commodores - Brick House
Easy Like Sunday Morning

Doobie Brothers- Long Train Runnin’