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Larry Stephenson Band to Release “Weep Little Willow”

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Weep Little WillowNashville, TN -- Whysper Dream Music is proud to announce the new album, Weep Little Willow by the Larry Stephenson Band, will be released on Friday, October 14, 2016.

Pre-orders are available now at and coming soon on iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby and more fine retail outlets. Radio programmers are being serviced the first single, “Yesterday’s Gone” today.

The band is offering a special on their Facebook page for the first 25 fans who pre-order Weep Little Willow. They will receive a FREE autographed copy and a digital download for the Larry Stephenson Band’s last album – the award-winning Pull Your Savior In.

This Friday, September 23, they will perform songs from the new album at the Nothin’ Fancy Bluegrass Festival in Buena Vista, Virginia.

Next week, they head to Raleigh, North Carolina for the annual International Bluegrass Music Association’s highly attended World of Bluegrass where they will perform at the MerleFest Showcase on September 28 at 10:00 p.m. to be held at The Vintage Church at Longview Center located at 118 South Person Street.

On September 30 at 2:45 p.m., be sure to catch the Larry Stephenson Band's performance at the exciting IBMA Wide Open Bluegrass Street Festival on the Davie Street Stage.

Mark your calendars for the Weep Little Willow Album Release Concert on Friday, October 14, 2016 at Lorraine’s Coffee House in Garner, N.C.

Weep Little Willow was produced by Ben Surratt and Larry Stephenson. The album and band includes the talents multi-award winner Larry Stephenson on lead vocals and mandolin with Kenny Ingram on banjo and vocals, Kevin Richardson on guitar and vocals, and Matt Wright on upright bass and vocals. For more information on the band, please visit

Throughout his 25-year career fronting his own band, and almost forty years as a major touring performer, Larry Stephenson has been well-recognized and awarded by fans and his peers in the recording industry. In 1996, Stephenson was inducted into the Virginia Country Music Hall of Fame by the Virginia Folk Music Association. Since that time, he has garnered numerous other awards including being named Contemporary Male Vocalist of the Year by the Society and Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America (SPBGMA.)

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