Larry started his musical career as a log splitter in fiji. This was quite impressive to the native woman as he used no tools. By the time he was 8 years old he had reputation that led him to attending and winning the Fijian lumber jack nationals. The prize, an all expenses paid trip to the other side of the island. During the 3 minute plane ride to the other end of the runway there was an issue with the plane because someone forgot to shut off their cell phone which like totally screwed the planes autopilot and navigation. Larry had to make the rest of the journey through the dense jungle. Over the next 3 days Larry bravely fought his way through the 80 foot jungle battling large insects and 2 wild field mice and a cricket. Upon reaching the other side of the island Larry was astonished when came to another huge ocean. Well, .it could have been the same one but it was hard to tell because the waves were coming from the exact opposite direction. Knowing that he need nourishment to survive he started digging for clams. After about 30 second or so he found a buried treasure full of gold. Just as he started pulling up his find he was hit in the head with a falling coconut. When he awoke, he knew the life of a musician was what he was destined for. In order to get used to this new life style as soon as possible he buried the treasure back up, built a raft and paddled to New England in search of the Jeff Mason Band or whatever they are calling this group this week. Not having any previous lessons, musical knowledge or training made him the perfect candidate for guitarist position. After the first rehearsal Larry was the best player in the band. Now people travel for hundreds of feet to see what some are calling "Larry's New Band". Larry can be reached at email@example.com but not if you are tryring to steel him from us..