Larry Bagby | On the Radio - Special Edition

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On the Radio - Special Edition

by Larry Bagby

Country Rock, Country Blues, Bakersfield Sound, Alt Country, Traditional Country, Progressive Country, Rock with Cowboy Hats
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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1. Counting My Lucky Stars
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3:53 $0.99
2. On the Radio
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2:50 $0.99
3. Still
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4:01 $0.99
4. Done Giving Love
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3:15 $0.99
5. Drive Away
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3:45 $0.99
6. Player With a Heart
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7. Drunk Dial
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Many know him as Marshall Grant, Johnny Cash’s best friend in the film Walk the Line in which he performed alongside Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon or as Ice from Hocus Pocus starring along side Bette Middler and Sarah Jessica Parker or as football hero \"Larry Blaisdell on Buffy the Vampire Slayer performing with Sarah Michelle Gellar. Larry has also had several guest appearances on shows such as CSI, JAG, and Malcolm in the Middle. He may be most recognized for these acting roles
but it is his music that will make a lasting impression upon you and keep you coming back for more.

Born and raised in California, Larry Bagby was exposed to the musical world early on in life watching and performing in his dad’s band. However, it was Larry\'s debut performance as \"Oz\" in the play The Wizard of Oz at the tender age of 8 that really got him interested in entertainment. Since that time, Larry has been writing, singing, and playing his songs at noted venues around the world. Within the last couple of years, his songs have been included in several independent film projects and he received national airplay for his vocal rendition of \"America Stands Tall.\" Larry’s sang “Counting My Lucky Stars” and his voice was featured in the same episode with Tim McGraw’s music and was the only unsigned artist featured on this Cold Case Files episode. (CBS)

Larry\'s musical talents took him to Nashville, where he competed for a spot on USA Networks\' show, Nashville Star. Larry was chosen out of 20,000 contestants to go to Nashville and compete with 56 regional finalists vying for one of 10 coveted spots on the show\'s fifth season. Larry was recently nominated for “Best Country Artist for the LA Music awards and has recorded two albums. His music can be found on itunes or at More info can be found at and Contact Neon Entertainment today to book a date on Larry Bagby’s 2008 “On the Radio” College tour and World Tour.

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Neon Entertainment - APCA 2007 Agency of the Year!
716-634-5998 / 716-634-1641(F)
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Williamsville, NY 14221


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Teresa Mays

Larry Bagby - On the Radio
Great cd, I bought it for Counting my lucky stars featured on Cold Case. It is a wonderful song, but loved the entire cd after it arrived. Fast shipping, great company to order from.

Rosie L

On The Radio Special Edition
Drive Away and Drunk Dial are the two additional songs on this special edition and they are both great.
The only problem with this collection is that it has such few songs but all the songs are great and they have a nice mix of fast and slow pace.

It's a nice sampler of Larry's music.


on the radio
I bought this CD because after hearing \"Counting My Lucky Stars\" on Cold Case, I just had to have the song. Since I couldn\'t find this song anywhere else, it was worth it, because I think the song is great. However, I was a little disappointed that it wasn\'t in a case, I am getting a little used to the on the radio song. Too bad that \"Counting My Lucky Stars\" isn\'t on the radio. CD Baby did a great job mailing, I received the CD faster than I expected.