September 19, 2015
Boston Herald Concert Review
“Campbell and Williams, backed by four of Browne’s band members, including hot shot guitarist McCallum, sparkled during their over-in-a-jiffy opening set.”
“The couple, married for 26 years, were in perfect harmony, vocally and in every other way.”
“They seemed to be having a blast, grinning and teasing each other. Their set featured a mix of country rock, classic folk, Louvin Brothers songs and a rousing spiritual.”
“They are the Emmylou and Gram of this era.”
September 17, 2015
Rolling Stone: Larry & Teresa Step Into Spotlight
“Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams highlights Campbell’s endearingly raw delivery and Williams’ Tennessee-tent-revival-trained howl as they tackle mournful folk ballads and waltzes (‘Down on My Knees,’ ‘Did You Love Me at All?’) and raw rhythm & blues (‘Bad Luck Charm,’ ‘Ain’t Nobody For Me’).”
‘After years of being mostly apart in our marriage, suddenly we’re working together all the time,’ says Williams.”
September 15, 2015
Videos: L&T Perform with Jackson Browne
Enjoy this live performance of “Running On Empty” at the Ravinia Festival in Chicago on September 5th, with Larry Campbell and Greg Leisz trading licks.
Jackson Browne performs “Mama Couldn’t Be Persuaded”, a song by Warren Zevon, live at the Capitol Theatre on September 15th, 2015 with Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams.