Larry Kohut

Larry Kohut - american jazz pop bass - GAM Music

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Bassist Larry Kohut, based in Chicago, is among the most in demand bass players.

Equally fluent on both upright and electric bass, he’s a first call studio musician as well as a favorite with jazz musicians.

His discography includes more than 100 albums, as well as several major movie soundtracks and hundreds of commercial jingles. More impressive than that is his history, having played with countless greats including Kenny Werner, Ramsey Lewis, Bruce Barth, Benny Golson, Michael Brecker, George Coleman, George Garzone, Javon Jackson, Phil Woods, Chris Potter, Steve Wilson, Charles Mcpherson, David “Fathead” Newman, Larry Coryell, Ben Monder, Slide Hampton, Steve Nelson, Randy Brecker, Kurt Elling, Karrin Allyson, Patricia Barber, Little Jimmy Scott, Vinnie Colaiuta, Kenwood Dennard, Adam Nussbaum, Joe LaBarbera, Michael McDonald, Jewel, Sara Bereillies, Elvin Bishop, Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Civic Orchestra of Chicago.

Artist on GAM Records


This pure jazz guitar trio album was recorded just a few days after the September 11, 2001 attack on NYC. The trio felt that it was therefore even more important than usual to focus on sharing music, and ultimately sending all that positive energy out in the world.