Larry New is an award winning singer, actor, master of ceremonies and voice over artist.  His talent, musicality and extensive vocal range attracted opportunities in many areas. In his early years he recorded with A&M records as a member of the Kenjolairs and sang background on Herb Alpertís Lonely Bull album.  At A&M, the Kenjolairs recorded Itís a Good Night For Dreaming and also Little White Lies, which was a top ten single on the west coast. 

  He recorded an album for Capital Records with the group New Classic Singers.  The New Classic Singers also recorded background vocals for Wayne Newton and opened for Tony Martin at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.  Other recording credits include Nashville Records Each in His Time and Time of The Child.  Acting credits include Caiaphas in Jesus Christ Superstar, City of Angels with Hal Linden, Mephistopheles in Faust which won him best actor in a musical, Juan Peron in Evita (another best actor award), the Grand Inquisito, Don Alhambra del Bolero, in Gondoliers, Marley in Scrooge, Dirk Winston in Mary Mary, an off Broadway production of What Makes a Heart Happy, and Lady Ice with Kim Basinger and Robert Ulrich in the television series Vega$.

  Other credits include Casino De Paris (Las Vegas), The Box, winner of the 1978 Best Animated Educational Film, Palm Springs Fabulous Follies, World Tour of the Glenn Miller Orchestra (Lead Singer), Of Thee I Sing Gershwin, Sinatra My Way (live announcer), and The Golden Years of Hollywood featuring the Academy Award winning designs of Helen Rose.  Voice over credits include, Dance Under The Stars Choreography Festival, Phone Alert, Hemsath Sound Centers, Burger Beer, Desmondís Big and Tall, Esterline Defense Technologies, and KIIS Radio.  Highlights of his cabaret credits include The Las Vegas Hiltonís Rainbow of Stars, Nevada Palace, the Silverbird Hotel, Fantasy Springs Casino, Disneyland and Leisure World. 

  Larry produced, wrote and starred in his own award winning original rock musical Blues Boulevard (Outstanding Musical Revue, Best Choreography, Best Set, Best Sound with nominations for Best Director and Best Original Writing), and The Golden Years of the Silver Screen.  Other production credits include soprano Catherine Handís album Catherine Hand and the ballet Planet ‘k and the Co- Creators with musical great Guy Babylon in which the music Babylon Bleu won Keyboard Magazine Artist of the Year Award.  He and his wife Shea were honored by the DTL with the Michael Glassman inspirational award in 1999.