Larry Walton

“Motown” Larry Walton (electric bass) hails from one of Detroit’s acclaimed musical families. His father was the legendary “Little Daddy” Walton, who produced several R & B hits in the 1960’s, and together with his brothers Larry started performing and recording at an early age in and around the City. He was music director for the acclaimed “Jeep Smith” Orchestra and played with Ray Parker Jr., Mr. Bo and Robert Lowe. Starting in the 1970’s Larry worked extensively with the aforementioned John E. Griffith and later was an original Member of the Motor City Beat.