​Recording Artist Larry Berrio

 Larry is an established artist in the Canadian Country Music industry and has been touring Canada performing for over 17 years. He has been a featured guest on several television programs such as Canada in the Rough, Fins and Skins, The Red Green Show, Go Riding and Snowmobiler TV. In addition, Larry has been included in several profiled events, including being the opening act for Brooks and Dunn (twice), Terri Clark (twice), Tim McGraw, Johnny Reid, Crystal Shawanda and performed at the Country Music Awards in Edmonton in 2010 part of the Industry Brunch Awards.

Larry played several shows in Quebec including Le Rodeo du Camion, Notre Dame du Nord (8 times), Kipawa Country Festival, Kipawa, Quebec, Rodeo Bonaventure, Quebec and was the opening act for Dennis DeYoung in Montreal at the Palais des Congrets in May 2011 for the Canadian Mining Show. Larry has also performed at many festivals including Boots and Hearts, Manitoulin Country Fest, Bolton Rib Fest, Country in the Woods, Calgary Stampede special event plus many more.  

Larry has released 5 singles off his latest album RPM to country radio across Canada. His big accomplishment in 2010 was the release of his song Rock Town. The video was released on CMT across Canada for over 8 months. This song and video led to many shows including the CIM in Montreal, Nascar Race in Milwaukee and major video airplay in Indonesia on behalf of Redpath and Freeport mines. 

 Larry’s latest single “No Guts No Glory” hit airways across Canada in 2014 with a music video that featured extreme sports in Canada.  This song led to a full sponsorship with OTSFF Marketing Group and RockStar Energy Drinks. The song was also featured as the theme song and video for the Canadian Motorcross Series and Snowcross Series for 2014- 2015.

 Larry recently signed a deal with a major Quebec booking agent for a major Eastern Tour for 2015 to promote his latest singles and new album.

 Larry’s passion is to entertain and with his dynamic show you will be left on a high note after seeing him live.