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Larry K

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  • Username: indigenousinmusic
  • Program Host/Producer
  • Role: Producer/Reporter: Independent
  • Day: 612-432-0057
  • Address: Sarasota, FL, Florida

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Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Elastic Bond with Andres Ponce Interview July 23, 2017 (01:56:00)
From: Larry K

On this on this show we welcome back from Miami Florida “Andres Ponce of Elastic Bond”, he’ll be stopping by and giving us an update on their new album "Honey Bun". You can ...
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Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Dan Scram of he Deeds in our Spotlight Interview (Previously A... (01:56:00)
From: Larry K

On this on this show he welcomes in our Spotlight, from Winnepeg, Manitoba. Singer, Songwriter, original band member of The Deeds, Dan Scram. He will be stopping by and ...

About Me

Larry is a tribal member of the Ho Chunk Nation, Black River Falls, Wisconsin, and program host and producer of the "Indigenous in Music" Radio show is recorded every week at the Two Buffalo studios in Sarasota, Florida.

Larry currently serves as President/CEO of Two Buffalo Construction Supplies. He has served as President of the Indigenous Internet Chamber of Commerce 2005-2011; South Minneapolis Rotary Club 2001-2002. He has been named 2005 Entrepreneur of the Year from the American Indian Economic Development Corporation and 1999 Entrepreneur of the Year from the Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce.

Larry was a participant in Leadership Twin Cities Class of 2001; a Greater Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce Program, He has received Employer of the Year from American Indian OIC, and Outstanding Leadership and Achievement awards from Rotary International, and American Indian OIC, for his work in helping the local talent, establishing employment and on-the-job training. Larry has served as director of March of Dimes, Minnesota Chapter, American Indian OIC, Minnesota State Council OIC, Lake Street Council and the Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce.

My Groups:
Favorite Shows: Dexter, Breaking Bad, American Horror Story, The Big C, Chopped
Influences: Jenny Lightfoot, Clyde Bellecourt, Veron Bellecourt

Availability

Larry is currently available for new projects, has a car, and is available to travel Within my country.

Skills

  • Advanced Web Knowledge
  • Field Recording
  • Voice Talent
  • Social Networking Knowledge
  • Music Consulting
  • Hosting Music Programs
  • Podcast Production: Moderate to High
  • HTML: Basic
  • Hosting Call-in and Live Programs
  • Writing
  • Producing: Music and Performance Programs

Available For

  • Multimedia
  • Promotion and Marketing
  • Consulting
  • Mentoring
  • Long Walks on the Beach
  • Voiceover
  • Music Programming
  • Podcasting

Equipment

  • Pro Tools
  • Recording Studio

Languages I Speak

  • English

Work Experience

President/CEO at Two Buffalo LED Lighting Solutions,  January 2009 - Present
Two Buffalo is now a LED Lighting wholesaler of tubes, lamps, street lamps and retrofit kits.

President/CEO at Indigenous Internet Chamber of Commerce,  January 2006 - May 2011
Sales, marketing and fundraising

Previously Aired On

Indigenous in Music host, 2006 - 2011, produced at the Indigenous Internet Chamber of Commerce Studios in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Education

Awards

  • Individual Excellence in Making Dreams Real, Rotary 5950, 2009
  • Distinguished Service to Club, Rotary International District 5950, 2008
  • Program Director Award, Minneapolis South Rotary Club, 2008
  • Entrepreneur of the Year, American Indian Economic Development Fund, 2005
  • Presidential Citation, Rotary International District 5950, 2002
  • District Governor's Citation, Rotary 5950, 2002
  • President, Minneapolis South Rotary Club, 2001
  • Entrepreneur of the Year, Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce, 1999
  • Outstanding Leadership and Achievement, American Indian OIC , 1998

Additional Information

Affiliations:  
Other Web sites: http://lakeshorepublicmedia.org/local-programs/indigenous-in-music/ http://kcmj.org/