started out playing in Alan Mann and the Free
Arts Band … on piano, keys and vocals. We were then managed by Rick and
Stu Green of Midnight Sun. We were dubbed "The Hardest Working Band on
Later that year I was approached by Bill Eib to play
keys for Robert Hazard, whose working demo tape at the time had "Girls
Just Wanna Have Fun!" We rehearsed for months upstairs at the Barbizon
Studio on Chestnut.
Next, from '87 to '90, I met back up with my oldest,
dear friend from first-ever bands (age 13): David Rowan and Exisdance. I
played keyboards and sang — extensive gigging and recording "Time Will
Tell" at Studio 4 with Andy Kravitz and Sigma Sound. … A lot of
in-between including playing and writing with Essra Mohawk.
Then in '92 I recorded with Alan Mann on "Christmas on
The whole time I have been writing and working on my
(Yet2B), which is finally being realized.
— Larry Saklad