Traveling at the Speed of Life
Larry T. Brewer was born in Chicago, Illinois (on May 21st). He began playing the guitar at the age of 9. He was inspired by the Beatles and and the British Invasion. 'During that period, I just didn't care about American rock 'n roll. I wasn't interested in it at all. I listened to The Kinks, The Who, The Searchers, and of course the Beatles.' The family moved to West Tennessee when he was 15 years old. 'It was quite a culture shock but I hooked up with some rock bands in high school and everything was cool.' An accomplished singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He has celebrated 30+ years in the music business. Singer/songwriter Larry Brewer has a history that most performers would envy. He has been the front man for the Raisin' Kane, The Larry Brewer Band, and currently The Rainmakers. He is also a respected solo artist. Founder and lead singer for one of west Tennessee's most popular rock bands, The Windows, he has shared bills with the Beach Boys, Peter Frampton, Jefferson Starship, and Bad Finger to name a few of his many credits. Having recorded several albums, beginning with 'Runnin' Alone' in 1987, recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis, TN with renowned engineer John Hampton. In 1983, his original composition 'Hello, Hello' was named Pop Song Of The Year in the Jackson Music Awards (Jackson, MS). Traveling at the Speed of Life, demonstrates the artistry of a mature musician who fully understands the nuances and subtilties of his craft.