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On The Radio

by Larry Bagby

A fusion of folk rock and country. Take the writing style and energy of the Dave Mathews Band and John Mayer with the vocal tones of Tim McGraw and maybe a little Elvis and Cash. The melodies and hooks are catchy with thought provoking words.
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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1. Counting My Lucky Stars
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2. On The Radio
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3. Still
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4. Done Giving Love
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5. I'm Alright Tonight
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6. Player With A Heart
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Born and raised mostly in California, Larry Bagby was exposed to the musical world early on in life. His father played in a dance band and Larry was known to jump on stage and start entertaining the crowd along side his talented father. 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 music.

Since that time, Larry has been writing, singing, and playing his songs at noted venues around the world. He recorded his first 4 track when he was in junior high and over the years his musical talent has progressed into prolific songwriting and live performances. 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." However, his musical talent goes beyond belting out tunes. He plays the piano, guitar and stand-up bass and self-produced his latest album, Where I Stand.

Most recently, Larry performed the only original song, 'Counting My Lucky Stars,' on the Cold Case episode featuring the Tim McGraw soundtrack. In addition, 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 competitors to go to Nashville and compete with 56 regional finalists vying for one of 10 coveted spots on the show's fifth season.

No stranger to Tennessee, Larry spent the summer of 2004 in Memphis, shooting the critically acclaimed film, Walk The Line, alongside Hollywood stars Joaquin Phoenix and Academy-award winning actress, Reese Witherspoon. Based on the life of Johnny Cash, Walk The Line features Larry in the role of "Marshall Grant" -- Cash's best friend and stand up bass player.

With an acting career that spans more than 20 years, Larry also starred in the award-winning film, Saints and Soldiers, as the card trick playing, cigarette loving southern boy "Shirl Kendrick". Aside from winning 21 Best Picture awards from film festivals around the nation, Saints and Soldiers was also nominated for Best First Feature and Best Cinematography in the 2004 IFP Independent Spirit Awards.

In conjunction with his many guest appearances on shows such as CSI, JAG, and Malcolm in the Middle, Larry is perhaps most noted for his recurring guest spot on Buffy the Vampire Slayer as football hero "Larry Blaisdell." As a youth, he also co-starred in the films Hocus Pocus and Airborne, among other films. Larry can be seen in numerous commercials and lends his voice to a cadre of entertainment projects.




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Links
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Larry Bagby Film Credits
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Debbie Edington

On the Radio
Heard Counting My Lucky Stars on Cold Case and loved it. Searched around 'til I found Larry Bagby. Love the whole CD!
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Kathy


Heard "Counting my Lucky Stars" on Cold Case. Just loved it! Had to have it!
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Kathy Price

Counting My Lucky Stars
I am a die hard Cold Case watcher, but this song the second verse: We got no place to go, Ray Price is on the stereo...

That got me, to hear someone on tv refer to my UNCLE RAY... which is still performing today.

I had to have this song.

Ms. Kathy Price
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Kathy Price

Counting My Lucky Stars
I am a die hard Cold Case watcher, but this song the second verse: We got no place to go, Ray Price is on the stereo...

That got me, to hear someone on tv refer to my UNCLE RAY... which is still performing today.

I had to have this song.

Ms. Kathy Price
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Gary

Counting my Lucky Stars
I heard this song on the CBS show "Cold Case". I am not really much of a Country Music fan but actually rewound the Tivo twice to hear the song again. The other songs are OK, probably a true country music fan would appreciate them more but "Counting MY Lucky Stars" really should be a big hit.
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Dick Prass

On The Radio
I first heard " Counting My Lucky Stars" on the CBS show "Cold Case" and tracked it down to CD Baby. I love the album and the service I received from CD Baby.
Larry Bagby should go far.
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Rosie L

Still is my all time favorite song
The only problem with this album is there aren't enough songs. However this collection of songs are among my favorites. I just love Still. I like the slow stuff and the fast stuff. Great album.
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Cynthia Dennis

Larry Bagby: On the Radio
I bought this solely for "Counting My Lucky Stars" which mesmerized me when I heard it on a rerun of a 2006 "Cold Case" TV episode. But all the songs on this are terrific, and I highly recommend the album. Hope to hear Bagby and band in LA sometime.
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