Larry Rice
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Larry Rice


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"Little House CD Review"

“Little House” by the vibrant Larry Rice is an impressive collection of country tunes! The instrumentation on this CD is awesome – the fiddle and harmonica effortlessly steal the spotlight! Additionally, Larry’s vocals are very engaging and interactive, filled with fun personality. The upbeat “Red State Blue State” gives listeners a glimpse into Larry’s humorous side. “Two-Step Too” shows off some enticing harmonica riffs and graceful fiddle arrangements. The ballad “I Cry” steps to a slower pace, and shows off both Larry’s musical and vocal diversity. When all is said and done, “Little House” can deservingly be called a well-produced audio masterpiece! Fans of Dwight Yoakam and fun country music will fall in love with this houseful of hits!
-Xavier P. for


Little House LP 2007
Redneck Cappuccino, Another Year Older

Flatbush Live LP 2006
Flatbush 45's and Driver's Dream 2007



Larry Rice’s love of entertaining has taken him to some unusual places. From playing rock and Motown for soldiers when he was 12, to playing fiddle on the street or playing violin as part of a singing telegram or gorilla-gram act, sharing his love of music has filled his life.

As part of the legendary Ohio country-rock act, Flatbush, Larry has appeared on-stage with the New Riders of the Purple Sage, Richie Metlock of Blackfoot and the Outlaws, and Little Feat. Flatbush was a touring/recording act for seven years in the late 70’s/early 80’s, and still reunites annually in Ohio.

Larry’s current projects include teaching fiddle and guitar, playing country with his brother Steve in the Rice Brothers Band, and eclectic pop with his daughters Lea and Shannon in Big Cheese.