Larry Johnson
Larry Johnson was born in rural Georgia and grew up in Atlanta. He moved to NYC in 1959 at the age of 21. He worked the coffee houses of Greenwich Village in the 1960s and by 1962 was recording with Bobby Robinson and Big Joe Williams. He continued to perform in the US and Europe and in 1970 appeared in a film "Larry Johnson." He has worked the festival circuit, appeared in other films and has appeared or recorded with many important blues acts of the last 30 years.

The Baltimore Blues Society in cooperation with Larry Johnson has re-issued his FAST AND FUNKY, his 1971 Blue Goose Album.

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Robert Lockwood Heritage Stage || Street Scenes
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