Larry Campbell

Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams have made a triumphant return with their fourth album All This Time out now via Royal Potato Family. This ten track collection serves as a poignant celebration of their enduring love and nearly 40 years of marriage, earning them the endearing title of the "First Couple of Americana" (Mojo).

The “First Couple of Americana,” (Mojo), Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, have shared “Ride with Me” the final advance track from their forthcoming album All This Time, out April 5 via Royal Potato Family. The breezy, romantic tune is a metaphoric portrayal of a budding relationship grounded by Williams’ velvet-toned vocal. “Can’t tell you where we’re gonna go / We don’t need to know right now,” the female half of this duo sings.

Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams will join forces with musical friends old and new to present Larry & Teresa’s July Jam at Arrowood Farms in Accord, NY on July 20th, 2024. The one-day festival is a not-to-be-missed celebration of some of the best performers in Americana music in a picture-perfect Hudson Valley setting. Following the release of the duo’s newest album, ‘All This Time,’ on April 5 via the Hudson Valley’s own Royal Potato Family records, July Jam is a double milestone for Larry & Teresa.

Husband-wife duo Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams have unveiled a swaggering new tune “The Way You Make Me Feel” today from their forthcoming album All This Time (out April 5 via Royal Potato Family). A playful, twangy Johnny and June Cash-inspired ode to courtship, “The Way You Make Me Feel” looks back on their 40 year relationship. “The lyric was inspired by recalling when I first got together with Teresa,” says Campbell.

Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and three-time Grammy-winning producer Larry Campbell and singer-guitarist Teresa Williams - named “The First Couple of Americana” by Mojo - have announced their 4th studio album All This Time. Set for release on April 5 via Royal Potato Family, the ten track collection celebrates 40 years of music and marriage for the duo.

After 54 years of service, at “An Intimate Evening Benefiting the Rex Foundation,” Hot Tuna on December 2 put a culminating exclamation point on the compelling electric rock ‘n’ blues performances that the band has been known for. It was Hot Tuna’s final electric concert in California; the final, final electric show was to take place in Denver on Dec. 7. Mesmerizing as an electric or acoustic outfit, acoustic Hot Tuna will continue on in 2024.  

Just when I thought I had read everything possible about Levon Helm—the drummer, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and lyricist for The Band—a new book emerges, revealing uncharted aspects of his extraordinary life. John Barry's 'Rock * Roll * Ramble – The Inside Story of the Man, the Music and the Midnight Ramble' offers fresh information and untold stories.

On May 6 and 7 , 2023 the legendary Bearsville Center in Woodstock, NY will host the second annual Woodstock Rock Art & Poster Show (WRAPS).

Each year, Sixthman allows artists to propose their dream collaboration sets to take place on the ship. Last week, on board Cayamo: A Journey Through Song, the Stardust Theater came alive with the sounds of Dirt Does Dylan, a Bob Dylan tribute set hosted by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, that featured David Bromberg, Jeff Tweedy, Larry Campbell, Teresa Williams, Amy Helm, and other special guests.

Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams have shared "Caravan," (listen/share), the third song to be released in advance of the husband and wife duo's upcoming live album, Live At Levon's! due February 3 on Royal Potato Family. The 12-track collection was recorded in front of a hometown crowd at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, NY on September 20 and 21, 2019.

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