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F*** Yo Feelings
R&B
F*** Yo Feelings is an intriguing piano based r&b slow jam that you can rap on as well. It's very radio friendly, true hit potential.
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play lo-fi play hi-fi  Bugles Across America Radio Spot.mp3
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Echo Taps - ( In Gb)
play lo-fi play hi-fi  The Star-Spangled Banner(Trumpet Instrumental)
play lo-fi play hi-fi  America The Beautiful
Larry Wiseman has been in the trumpet world for a long time. He began playing at age 9, although he says that his first encounter was with his grandfather's old cornet at age 5. Now an accomplished player of more than 46 years, Larry has long since left the life of a professional musician, after a 20 year career. Classically trained at Georgia State University,at the age of 18, he auditioned for The Atlanta Symphony, and made the 6 finalists;even though he did not make the cut,he still played as an extra with the symphony several times, served as principal trumpet for the Emory Wind Ensemble, and played in back-up bands for many name acts; to name a few are Frankie Avalon,The Four Aces, Cab Calloway, The Righteous Brothers, The Jimmy Dorsey Band, The Glenn Miller Band, Helen O'Connell, Vaughn Monroe, Liberace, Brenda Lee, Peter Nero, The Supremes, and Ben Vereen, as well as being a studio musician for a number of years, playing on many radio & TV commercials. Presently, he is the bugler/trumpeter for his singer/songwriter wife Susan D. Wiseman, also known as The Tribute Lady. "Susan's music is so unique, and I am blessed to participate in her ministry to grieving and hurting people, and the honoring of those men and women who have lived and died to keep us safe and free, namely, the members of the military, police and fire departments," says Larry.

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Larry's favorite style is jazz, but he can play proficiently in all genres.
Why this name?
It's Just Me
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
The internet has provided opportunities for performers and musicians to share their skills, who would have otherwise never been able to do so.
Favorite spot?
I have a passion and love for Hawaii, and every time I leave there, all I can think of is...."when do we get to go back?"
Equipment used:
Bach Stradivarius, Silver plated, 43 bell
Anything else...?
There are trumpet players in this world , and then there are more trumpet players, and it is amusing that many of them think that they are the best, or at least delusions of grandeur, wishing that he or she could be the best (it seems to be the trumpet player's unwritten creed); I personally think that I play well, BUT there are trumpeters in this world today that are so incredible , that I am not even worthy of carrying their case for them. I do what I do, and hope that you like what you hear. I definitely have not arrived; it will take a little more time; until then I will just keep having fun doing what I do.