Thirty Years with Larry Seyer

by Gary Powell Larry Seyer, Gary Powell

Larry Seyer and I met in 1978 at Wink Tyler’s Austin Recording Studio when we both arrived in Austin to start our careers. I only have a few hours left to celebrate this 30th anniversary before 2009 hits, so I’ll write the book later. Cheers Larry. Another thirty years might be possible given the advances in medicine and our continuing good looks!

by Gary Powell Larry Seyer, Gary Powell

Larry Seyer and I met in 1978 at Wink Tyler’s Austin Recording Studio when we both arrived in Austin to start our careers. I only have a few hours left to celebrate this 30th anniversary before 2009 hits, so I’ll write the book later. Cheers Larry. Another thirty years might be possible given the advances in medicine and our continuing good looks!

2 thoughts on “Thirty Years with Larry Seyer”

  1. I’ll admit, it had better be STRONG medicine to counter those looks :-) The music world has definitely benefited from the two of you. You have both witnessed a lot of changes in music and technology over the past 30. Can you imagine what it must be like to jump in the deep end at this point? Honestly, do you miss 2 inch?

    I would really be interested in your opinion of the progress in music in the last 30. As significant as, say from 1940-1970? What would you say was the dominant trend? Are we better off musically? Are today’s musicians better prepared? Can you tell from the product?

  2. You should make this post like into a definitive guide or something. I bet a lot of your new readers that come to this site would want to be able to find this post. It’s too good to keep secret!

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