November 16, 2017
Huffington Post Review
“Collectively, they’ve played with Dylan Paul Simon, Little Feat, Phil Lesh, Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crow, Mavis Staples, and, for a long time as part of Levon Helm ramble. (Campbell is kind of the musical president of Woodstock.) They’ve got two albums out now. The second one is called “Contraband Love” and together with these shows, it shows off their unmatched musical education. I particularly loved their version of Reverend Gary Davis’ “Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning,” a Hot Tuna staple, which reminds me, Jack and Jorma will be doing four nights at City Winery at the end of this month, to replace their annual Beacon show. Maybe you can get standing room. In the meantime, spend an evening with Larry and Teresa and you won’t be disappointed.”
November 13, 2017
Documentary Film Shoot: Dec 3rd in Woodstock!
From the Colony Cafe Woodstock: “Special matinee Sunday, Dec 3rd: Purchasing tickets for the Dec 2nd show guarantees admission to a free, filmed performance by Larry & Teresa on Sunday Dec 3 at 4pm. The performance will be part of the documentary film “It Was the Music” starring Larry & Teresa with other filmed appearances by Phil Lesh, Jackson Browne, Shawn Colvin, Hot Tuna, David Bromberg Quintet & Band, Rosanne Cash and more. Please note there will be stops and starts during this show at the directors request.”
November 10, 2017
On Tour With Shawn Colvin!
Larry and Teresa are currently on tour across America with Shawn Colvin on the 20th Anniversary tour of her landmark album ‘A Few Small Repairs’. Click here to visit our tour section for a full list of dates.