The great guitarist is no stranger to working with Indian musicians and has done a lot with Zakir Hussain and L Subramaniam. Combining superb technique with sensitivity and artistry he has performed with all the great names of Western jazz and world music and his name is firmly embedded as one of them.
Larry is one of the world's acknowledged guitar masters. He has recorded more than 75 albums over the past 40 years as a bandleader, soloist and 'featured accompanist'. Hailed by his legion of fans as one of "the guitar gods" in the late 1970s and as a "truly Renaissance musician who excels at all styles of playing", he has also been christened as "a true pioneer of rock-jazz fusion" by the New York Times, and dubbed "the Godfather of Fusion" by Dan Ouellette of Down Beat Magazine.
Larry Coryell's recordings and live concert performances have run the gamut from clubs large and small, and concert venues large and small from the 1980s thru today. A regular headliner at the Blue Note and Iridium in New York City, Catalina's in L.A., Blues Alley in Washington DC and Ronnie Scott’s in London to Porgie & Bess’ in Vienna. Larry is also no stranger to the huge open-air music festivals in the Far East, Europe, Brazil, even sell-out appearances at London's Barbican.
The late 60s thru early 70s saw Larry as one of the most in-demand guitarists in Rock, Jazz and all musical genres. During that time Larry was part of Rock's experimentation, and toured with Jack Bruce, and was featured in sessions with Jimmy Webb, the 5th Dimension, Charles Mingus, Billy Cobham, Chick Corea and John McLaughlin. Through the albums produced during this period, Larry Coryell emerged as a profound music prophet who merged Rock, Jazz, Eastern modes and scales and free-form improv flashing Classical riffs.