About Dr. Tone & The Notes
Milton Larry aka “Bimp” born 1938 in New York City grew up in Harlem where he discovered music at an early age. Surrounded by music his dream was to perform at the World Famous Apollo Theatre Amateur Hour. Continuing to pursue his musical ambitions almost fifty years later he became “Dr. Tone” a musician with a vision – link. (Best in Musical Presentation). Looking at the world around him Dr. ... read more
Steven Dunn, a Denver native, began his career as a drummer/percussionist, performing with numerous acts in various venues around the Rocky Mountain Region. Even during that time, Steven pursued his ongoing desire to compose, arrange, record and produce. His hard work paid off. Steven's latest release "Tears of Joy" showcases his multi-talented skills as musician, producer, composer and recording artist. Available now on Facebook.com/Dunn4u Music-Square Up store (on page link). Dunn has recorded with such exceptional talents; The late Stanley Turrentine "Tender Togetherness", Ramsey Lewis "Keys to the City", Bill Rich's CD's "The Fee-Vah" and "Pheel It" and LDO's "Lovers Silhouette" and "N2 The Journey". Dunn produced Dr. Tone & The Notes "What's Your Tone?" and "Please, Please, Please, Please, Please Don't Be A FOP (Fool on the Phone)". Just to name a few.
Henry Hudson III
Henry started playing the clarinet at the age of nine in elementary school. He continued playing clarinet and bass clarinet with concert and marching bands throughout high school. While in junior high he switched to the saxophone where he played in stage bands and saxophone competitions. He attended CU at Denver as a Music major in the mid 70’s. He started his professional career in the mid 70’s as well with several local area bands (most notable The Mellow Moods). He toured in the 80’s with the band Backstreet and the Funk Attack band in the 90’s. Henry is a vocalist and songwriter along with his woodwind skills. His showmanship and professionalism has also morphed him into a great entertainer.
Larry W. King
Larry W. King was born in Columbus Ohio where he studied Bassoon and graduated with honors at the University Of Cincinnati Conservatory Of Music. He also played guitar and ventured into other instruments piano, bass and vocals. Larry arrived in Colorado in 1980 and perused creating bands to perform around the Rocky Mountain region to record original music.