You probably know me as a tennis pro, but I am also a folk musician who sings and plays guitar! Here is some of my original music and cover versions of my favorite songs.
- “When I’m Sixty Four” by The Beatles (Larry Loeb & Paul Loeb Cover)From the Beatles 1967 album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, this song is the perfect combination of guitar and clarinet. My son, Paul Loeb, is my guest clarinetist.
- “Rocky Mountain High” by John Denver (Larry Loeb cover)John Denver lived in my home state of Colorado, and this song, which he wrote in 1972, captures the beauty and true essence of Colorado and its mountains.
- “Mr. Tambourine Man” by Bob Dylan (Larry Loeb cover)Bob Dylan has always been my muse; my Mr. Tambourine Man. So Happy 80th Birthday, Bob!!
- “San Francisco Bay Blues” by Jesse Fuller (Larry Loeb Cover)The most famous song written by Jesse Fuller (1896-1976), an old-time folk/blues artist, who was a one-man-band.
- “Pale Red Flowers” by Larry Loeb and Karl KaschThis is an original song was written by me and jazz/blues pianist, Karl Kasch in 1970 about a first love in high school.
- “The Marvelous Toy” by Tom Paxton (Larry Loeb cover)A classic children’s song by Tom Paxton – one of the all-time great folksingers and songwriters.
- “The Times They Are A-Changin’” by Bob Dylan (Larry Loeb Cover)You probably know me as a tennis pro, but I am also a folk singer. This Bob Dylan song is a reflection on a real positive change for America that will happen on Inauguration Day, January 20, 2021.
- “Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright” by Bob Dylan (Larry Loeb cover)You probably know me as a tennis pro, but I also sing and play guitar! Here is my version of one of my favorite Bob Dylan songs.