Larry Campbell

Biography

Larry Campbell hasn’t played with every musician in the Western world. It just seems that way. Perhaps best known for being part of Bob Dylan’s band between 1997-2004 – and a key contributor to his Grammy Award-winning 2001 album “Love and Theft” – the New York-born multi-instrumentalist has also played with Paul Simon, B.B King, Willie Nelson, Rosanne Cash, Sheryl Crow, Judy Collins, Elvis Costello, Emmylou Harris, the Black Crowes and Phil & Friends, among others. Campbell produced Levon Helm’s Grammy Award-winning “Dirt Farmer” and “Electric Dirt” albums and serves as musical director and bandleader at Helm’s Midnight Ramble concerts in Woodstock, N.Y. He received a Lifetime Achievement – Instrumentalist award from the Americana Music Association in 2008.


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