Grammy Winning Artist Larry Mitchell

In concert with opener The Rollin 7’s

Friday, May 14, 2021 – 7:30pm

Larry Mitchell is a Grammy award-winning producer, engineer and performer who has toured the world playing guitar with well-known artists including Tracy Chapman, Billy Squier, Ric Ocasek and Miguel Bosé. In his original compositions, Larry skillfully weaves guitar textures that showcase his virtuosity as a solo artist and ensemble player.

As an artist, he has released 9 solo records and won a San Diego Music Award for best pop jazz artist.

As a producer-engineer, Larry has won 26 New Mexico Music Awards in various categories from pop, adult contemporary, rap, rock, country and Native American. He won a Grammy Award for producing, engineering and performing on “Totemic Flute Chants” by artist Johnny Whitehorse, who is better known as Robert Mirabal of Taos Pueblo.

A few years ago Rollie Hruza was looking for a rhythm section to back up his good friend Larry Mitchell. Knowing  Steve Sisson well, he was an obvious choice for keys. Rollie met drummer David Haberman through work. The three clicked in their work with Larry and decided to start a band  together. Realizing the need for vocal support Steve mentioned his cousin Madisyn Danforth. She graciously accepted the invite. In learning tunes they discovered the band Dirty Honey and worked up a cover of their tune Rollin7s. The group took the name and Rollin7s band was born!

The group has already worked in the studio together supporting recordings of two of Rollie’s originals and will be returning later in 2021 to record a Rollin7s EP.


Per Person $22  ♦   Streaming $12


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