Larry Stephenson

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The Larry Stephenson Band has released the single, “I Should’ve Called.” The song was recorded live at Starvy Creek in Conway, Missouri in 2019 with Larry Stephenson, Derek Vaden, Nick Dauphinais, and Eddie Faris.

The song appears on the album, Retrospective (LSB Live.) This unprecedented new album celebrates the outstanding achievements of the band’s 32-year performance career. The remarkable compilation of songs was recorded live over the past 30 years at the band’s shows at both indoor and outdoor music events. In addition, this exciting new project from the Whysper Dream Music label features the various band groupings that have lent to the band’s success over the years.

 

Musicians on Retrospective (LSB Live) include Jason Barie, Kristin Scott Benson, Dustin Benson, Brian Blaylock, Nick Dauphinais,

Eddie Faris, Mickey Harris, Kenny Ingram,

Colby Laney, Kyle Perkins, Kevin Richardson, Danny Stewart, Matt Wright, Derek Vaden, and features the multi-award-winning talents of Larry Stephenson.

The Larry Stephenson Band has been entertaining audiences for over 30 years, including their numerous performances on the Grand Ole Opry, RFD-TV, and headlining festivals and concerts across the U.S. and Canada. Stephenson is a Virginia Country Music Hall of Fame member, 5-time Society for The Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America (SPBGMA) Male Vocalist of the Year and SPBGMA Hall of Greats honoree and numerous International Bluegrass Music awards.

The full album is streaming and available for purchase at your favorite music outlets. Physical copies of the album are available at larrystephensonband.com.