AFRO-AMERICAN MUSIC INSTITUTE CELEBRATES 36 YEARS
Pain Relief Beyond Belief
PHOTOS PAST AND PRESENT, LIVE FOOTAGE!
Thanks for posting this and letting some of the young 'cats' know something about another wonderful Pittsburgh talent. 'Butch' is as nice of a guy off stage as he is on. Back in the day he hired me to help him and his band support a local vocal group that toured nationally, called THESE GENTS; when they performed at the Encore in Shadyside. I just came home from 'Nam' and really wasn't ready to be back on anybody's stage. But Larry was patient, tolerant and forgiving. McGee and I are still friends and call each other often.
Thanks Nelson for re-posting The Larry McGee Bio. I would like to endorse the great talent of Larry as well. I had the opportunity of working with Larry when he led the band for one of Pittsburgh's "sleeper" female singing groups "Sisterhood (Tina Thompson, and sisters Cookie and Gloria Williams)," which I was the manager of. Larry is multi-talented and can really play that guitar, and I'm glad that he continues to share his gifts with the world. Again, thank you Nelson for keeping the memory of Pittsburgh's great talents alive and thanks to Larry McGee, especially for your time with "Sisterhood."
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