Born in Virginia. Larry Camp learned his craft along the East Coast of the U.S. and at the University of Miami. Out of the many styles of music he’s played over the years, Larry chose to concentrate on jazz and has been hailed by Musician Magazine as one of the ten best guitar players in the U.S. Larry Camp has been part of long standing gigs at Bertha’s in Baltimore and the One Step Down in Washington, D.C. Larry Camp has played for the President at the Kennedy Center and toured Europe playing jazz festivals in Belgium, Denmark, and Germany. Larry has played with Marcus Belgrave, Julius Hemphill, Dizzy Gillespie, Gary Bartz and Woody Shaw.Larry has been reviewed by Jazz Times and has recorded with several artists: Chris Bacus, Ellen Gross, Larry Goldings and with Ron Holloway on a national number one Jazz CD. Larry studied with some of the very biggest names in guitar, including Joe Pass, Howard Alden, and Jimmy Bruno. Influences: Grant Green, Joe Pass, Kenny Burrell, Wes Montgomery, Tal Farlow and Django Reinhardt.