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Larry Carlton Net Worth



Larry Eugene Carlton net worth is

$2 Million



Larry Eugene Carlton Wiki Biography

Larry Carlton (born March 2, 1948) is an American jazz, smooth jazz, jazz fusion, blues, pop, and rock guitarist. He has divided his recording time between solo recordings and session appearances with various well-known bands. Over his career, Carlton has won four Grammy Awards for his performances and compositions, including performing on the theme song for the hit television series, Hill Street Blues (1981). 

Full Name Larry Carlton
Net Worth $2 Million
Date Of Birth March 2, 1948
Place Of Birth Torrance, California, United States
Profession Music Department, Soundtrack, Composer
Nationality American
Spouse Michele Pillar
Children Travis Carlton
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/LarryCarlton335
Twitter http://www.twitter.com/thelarrycarlton
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0138205
Awards Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album, Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance, Room 335, Smiles And Smiles To Go, Minute by Minute, Arcadia, CA, United States, Folsom, CA, USA, Santa Cruz, CA, United States
Music Groups Steely Dan, Fourplay, The Crusaders, Room 335, Smiles And Smiles To Go, Minute by Minute, Arcadia, CA, United States, Folsom, CA, USA, Santa Cruz, CA, United States
Nominations Independent Music Award for Best Album – Tribute
Movies Scrooged, Carlton Lukather Band: Paris Concert, Casino Lights ’99, Larry Carlton: In Concert, Autour Du Blues Meets Larry Carlton & Guest Robben Ford, Guitar Heroes, Jazz Crusaders: The Paris Concert, Arcadia, CA, United States, Folsom, CA, USA, Santa Cruz, CA, United States
# Trademark
1 Gibson ES-335 signature guitar
# Fact
1 Counts jazz guitar virtuoso Barney Kessel as one of his earliest influences.
2 Larry’s signature tune “Room 335” is the name of his private Los Angeles recording studio, so named because of his principal instrument, the semi-acoustic electric Gibson ES-335 guitar.
3 Played the searing guitar solo on Mike Post‘s Hill Street Blues (1981) theme music, winning a Grammy Award for his efforts.
4 He was shot in the neck in front of his house in 1988. Temporarily lost the use of his arm. He is a noted guitarist.

Music Department

Title Year Status Character
Who’s the Boss? 1984-1992 TV Series composer – 196 episodes
Electra Glide in Blue 1973 musician: guitar – uncredited
Enter the Dragon 1973 musician: guitar – uncredited
Soylent Green 1973 musician: guitar – uncredited
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes 1972 musician: guitar – uncredited

Soundtrack

Title Year Status Character
Community 2011 TV Series music – 1 episode
Grand Theft Auto IV 2008 Video Game writer: “Sneakin’ in the Back” – as L. Carlton
Man on Fire 2004 performer: “The Search”
The Sopranos 2002 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Who’s the Boss? 1984-1988 TV Series music – 65 episodes
Scrooged 1988 performer: “We Three Kings of Orient Are”
Olivia: Soul Kiss 1986 Video short “Soul Kiss”
Mother, Jugs & Speed 1976 writer: “Mellow Out” – uncredited

Composer

Title Year Status Character
Beverly Hills, 90210 1994 TV Series 1 episode
Deadline: Madrid 1988 TV Movie
Against All Odds 1984

Actor

Title Year Status Character
Scrooged 1988 Street Musicians

Self

Title Year Status Character
Classic Albums: Steely Dan – Aja 1999 Video documentary Himself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1992 TV Series Himself
The Arsenio Hall Show 1989 TV Series Himself
Larry Carlton: Live 1987 Video documentary
Cal’s Corral 1959 TV Series Himself – Musician (1959-1972)

Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
1990 ASCAP Award ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Top TV Series Who’s the Boss? (1984)
1989 ASCAP Award ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Top TV Series Who’s the Boss? (1984)
1988 ASCAP Award ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Top TV Series Who’s the Boss? (1984)

Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2013 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Pop Instrumental Album For the album “Four Hands & A Heart”
2009 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Pop Instrumental Album For the album “Greatest Hits Rerecorded: Volume One.”
1985 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Album of Instrumental Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special Against All Odds (1984)

Known for movies

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