Making A Scene InterviewJune 22, 2019
Fun interview with Richard L\'Hommedieu from Making A Scene!
Paris Move ReviewJune 12, 2019
\"Larry Griffith\'s \"Bonafide\" is just indispensable, addictive and enjoyable. It\'s up to you to enjoy it with friends!
Let\'s hope that European festivals will start to take an interest in this huge artist and that we will have the pleasure of seeing him on European stages very soon.\"
Thierry Ilene BayouBlue
Music on the Couch InterviewJune 12, 2019
Larry returns to The Couch to talk about all that has been going on in his world since his last visit and the creation of his latest release, Bonafide.
Barn Owl Blues ReviewJune 12, 2019
Songs that deserve a special mention to me are the blues-like \\\"Always Going To Be Something With You\\\", with leading roles for trumpet and harmonica, and \\\"I Do, I Did, I\\\'m Done\\\" with beautiful guitar playing by the aforementioned Richman . A great CD, recommended.
Zicazac Review June 12, 2019
Its hard to stick a label on an album of such quality and diversity, and we are not the ones who will complain because the Larry Griffith Projects wide range of action allows us not to we tire a single second listening to this masterpiece. Essential
Music In Belgium ReviewJune 12, 2019
Here\'s a great blues album built by a professional musician accompanied by a fine team. Blues... Blues... Blues!
CD Review - Blues Blast MagazineApril 9, 2017
Many thanks to Marty Gunther and Blues Blast Magazine for the review of Shake It Loose!
Review - Shake It LooseFebruary 6, 2017
Eric Campfens from Barn Owl Blues reviews Shake It Loose
Hot Off The Press - Shake It Loose!!!January 5, 2017
Larrys latest release Shake It Loose is out on the airways world wide and available for sale on iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby.
WRFG Interview with Stagga LeeJanuary 5, 2017
Had a blast with Stagga Lee on his Blues Therapy Show on WRFG in Atlanta! Click the picture and listen in!!
BLUES STOTTS: A REVIEW -NOV 12, 2016November 17, 2016
Thanks to Rhetta Akamatsu for the great review of Saturday\'s Blues Stotts Festival and to Sandra Richardson for the awesome pics!!
Blue Mountain Review - Interview with LarrySeptember 3, 2016
.....what I do know is that I do not want to leave this plane of existence with one song left inside of me...Larry Griffith
BEST EP BLUESNovember 16, 2015
From the syncopated rhythm of My Jack Is Jumpin to the sexy harmonica in I\'m Tired, Larry Griffith dazzles and delights in Get Up, each song more bewitching than the next
Akademia Music Awards
Review of Larry Griffith with Dany Franchi Band @ Goorblues - 08/11/15November 11, 2015
Blues Blast Magazine - Get Up - Album ReviewSeptember 23, 2015
We Are Kings - Atlanta PremiereSeptember 23, 2015
Honored to be included in this great movie bridging the gap between old and new school blues. Cool seeing myself in this trailer and will be even cooler to see it on the big screen!
We Are Kings
Blues Blast Magazine WanderingsJanuary 17, 2015
Living Blues Reviews October 1, 2014
The all original playlist kicks off with a pair of hard-driving modern blues that show Griffith at his best. Damn If It Didn't Rain, however, changes directions as Delta Jon Harris's slashing slide guitar licks lead the way & a vocal trio lends a gospel feel. Next up is the title track, a lyrical & musical relative of Why I Sing the Blues, followed by the deep soul ballad I'll Specialize. Somebody Better Call Somebody & It's Time take things back up tempo & Jeff Baker's harmonica joins Harris's slide to go railroading on Don't Wanna Be Here. Cora Lee is a jazzy strut with backing vocals, & Griffith's drums drive Keep Ridin', while his vocal sounds uncannily like Smokehouse's Anthony Thompson. Let Yourself Slide takes us to the dance floor, & One Good Woman closes the proceedings with a funky beat & a piece of good advice. Griffith is one of a growing cadre of bluesmen who should be better known outside their local scene & this album should move him closer to that goal
- Jim DeKoster, Living Blues
Rootstime Reviews September 16, 2014
Larry Griffith, steeped in the blues tradition, reminds us of the roots of the blues and soul music, by combining the honesty his entertaining lyrics and his wide range of styles "Hard As It Gets" is an album of a musician worth discovering!
- Eric Shuurmans, Rootstime