Larry King

Larry King

The driving force behind The Larry King Orchestra and Soleil Moon, Larry has been involved in every facet of the entertainment industry from the time he was a precocious young boy. He began at the age of seven and although his schedule was busy with performances on stage and screen he managed to feature in 52 commercials before the age of 13. He became nationally renowned for his writing and vocal ability and experimented with various projects including his band Human Factor, which was signed by Caliber Records (Los Angeles, California), a division of Warner Brothers.

Larry is well known in Chicago and nationwide for, among other things, his work on commercial jingles with a diverse range of clients including “Ferrara-Pan” candy, R.C. Cola, Coca-Cola, Gatorade, Enterprise Rental Cars, Long John Silver, Pizza Hut, and the CD-ROM game “You Don’t Know Jack,” to name a few.

In 1997, Larry conceptualized and formed The Larry King Orchestra. He handpicked eleven top notch musicians and vocalists to form what became one of Chicago’s premiere society bands. LKO has now grown to be a 22-piece orchestra with past client such as Rudy Giuliani, Kyle Busch (NASCAR), United Airlines, and Sepracor (Lunesta).