Larry Skoller is a three-time Grammy-nominated music producer with more than 30 years of professional experience in the music business. His extensive work includes: musician, producer: record label president, artistic director; festival creation, international booking and tour production, artist management, music production consulting and music education.
Some of the award-winning groups, projects and artist residencies he has created and produced include: Chicago Plays The Stones (featuring Buddy Guy, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Billy Boy Arnold, Billy Branch, Ronnie Baker Brooks, and others), Chicago Blues: A Living History, Heritage Blues Orchestra, Mike Avery & West Side Soul, Africa OH! (featuring Taj Mahal, Malouma, Yacouba Moumouni), Women of Chicago Blues, Malgache Blues, African Mountain Blues: Africa to Appalachia (featuring Bassekou Kouyaté, Amy Sacko, Corey Harris, James Leva, Otis Taylor), An International Tribute to Congo Square, New Orleans (featuring Cyril Neville, Donald Harrison and Shaka Zulu), New Orleans: Father and Sons of the New Millenium featuring David Batiste, Russell, Batiste, Jamal Batiste, Damon Batiste and Ryan Batiste.
Skoller has worked extensively as a musician, producer, artistic director and music curator in the United States, Europe and Africa. He has produced concerts, masterclasses and seminars for a wide variety of cultural institutions and organizations in the USA and Europe. Some of those include the City of Chicago, the City of New Orleans, the U.S State Department and others.