Larrivée Supported Artists
"Balance, tone and a beautiful voice that has never once let me down."
Scott tours across the US and Europe, headlining festivals, theaters, playing pubs, house concerts, songwriter nights, coffee houses...no matter where he is, he has been proud to be playing one of his Larrivee Guitars since 2007.
Plays Custom "DF" L-09 (Italian Alpine/Madagascar)
"Every Larrivée I've owned has had rich and balance tone, making them reliable gigging and studio guitars."
Dustin Furlow is a 23-year-old Virginia-based singer/songwriter/guitarist. Playing over 231 shows in 2016, Dustin is always engaged in studio-time, writing, or performing. Currently in the works is a third album project, "Shelter". Recently recorded, "The Sound That You Call Home", can be found on iTunes and has found it's way onto NPR radio's "Acoustic Highway", "Hunter at Sunrise", and "Out of the Box". At the same time receiving "Album of the Year" by NPR host Barry Graham of "Acoustic Highway"
"My Larrivée has been a hard working companion that only gets better with age"
Kenny has shared the stage with Maren Morris, Kacey Musgraves, and Brothers Osborne and recently as support on dates for Hunter Hayes and Keith Urban. He was named one of the Top 10 New Artists You Need to Know by Rolling Stone and received press in the NY Times, Washington Post, USA Today & Forbes. Kenny has cultivated a strong international primarily in Europe and recently headlined an Armed Forces tour in Asia.
Zach Nugent Band
Plays D-44 ZN Custom
"Larrivée is the end of the road when it comes to searching for YOUR guitar. I love that."
Never one to shy away from new and challenging ideas, Zach performances promise intensity and beauty in the delivery of the music that he’s built a reputation with.
"I bought my first Larrivée 15 years ago, it was the sound I wanted for a lifetime"
For nearly two decades, Willie Watson has made modern folk music rooted in older traditions. He’s a folksinger in the classic sense: a singer, storyteller, and traveler, with a catalog of songs that bridge the gap between the past and present. On Willie's upcoming release of Folksinger Vol. 2, he acts as a modern interpreter of older songs, passing along his own version of the music that came long before him.
Southern gospel. Railroad songs. Delta blues. Irish fiddle tunes. Appalachian music. Folksinger Vol. 2 makes room for it all. Produced by David Rawlings, the album carries on a rich tradition in folk music: the sharing and swapping of old songs. Long ago, the 11 compositions that appear on Folksinger Vol. 2 were popularized by artists like Leadbelly, Reverend Gary Davis, Furry Lewis, and Bascom Lamar Lunsford. The songs don’t actually belong to those artists, though. They don’t belong to anyone. Instead, they’re part of the folk canon, passed from generation to generation by singers like Watson.