Larry Cordle Bio

(Country Singer-Songwriter, Guitarist)

Relationship Statistics of Larry Cordle

What is Larry Cordle marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Married
How many children does Larry Cordle have ? (name):one(Kelvey Christine)
Is Larry Cordle having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Larry Cordle gay ?: No
Who is Larry Cordle wife ? (name):Wanda

More about the relationship

Larry Cordle is a married man. He is happily married to his girlfriend turned wife, Wanda. The couple has a child together. They have a daughter, Kelvey Christine.

He is residing with his wife in Nashville suburb, Hendersonville, Tennessee.

Who is Larry Cordle?

The American Country and Bluegrass singer-songwriter Larry Cordle is best known for his song “Murder on Music Row”. Cordle is under Sugar Hill, Shell Point, Lonesome Day labels.

Larry Cordle: Age, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity

Larry Cordle was born in a very small family farm in Eastern Kentucky on the 16th of November 1949(currently 69). From a very small age, Cordle was exposed to bluegrass, country, and gospel music thanks to is great grandfather Harry Bryant who was an old-time claw hammer banjo stylist, fiddle player, and dancer. He was born in a very small family out of eastern Kentucky. Therefore, made his own entertainment. Eventually, getting interested in music.

Larry Cordle: Education, School/College University

Larry spent 4 years in the Navy after finishing school. He got a bachelor’s degree in accounting at Morehead State University.

Larry Cordle: Professional Life, Career

Larry started his career by playing at night clubs. Larry’s career launched in the summer of 1983, after releasing the song “Highway 40 Blues”. The song placed 1st in the nation. In 1985, he moved to Nashville to work as a staff songwriter for Ricky Skaggs’s new music company, Amanda-Lin Music. Cordle was working as a songwriter while he was still active with his band called “Lonesome Standard Time”.

In 2000, Larry’s band(Lonesome Standard Time) released the song “Murder on Music Row”. It became one of Larry’s and his band’s biggest hits. The song placed 1st in many bluegrass and country charts. Along with his songwriting and band activities, Larry works with many artists including some big names of Nashville like Garth Brooks, Blake Shelton, Billy Yates, and Rebecca Lynn Howard

Larry Cordle: Awards, Nomination

In 1993, Larry won the IBMA Song of the Year Award for ‘Lonesome Standard Time’ with his band. In 2000, Larry once again took home the IBMA Song of the Year Award for, “Murder On Music Row,” and received yet another IBMA Song of the Year nomination for “Black Diamond Strings” which he co-wrote with Cordle and Shell. Cordle and the band received a 43rd Annual GRAMMY Award Nomination for Best Bluegrass Album for Murder On Music Row.

Larry featured on Livin, Lovin, Losin: A Tribute to the Louvin Brothers which won a GRAMMY for Best Country Album in 2003. In 2012, Cordle the IBMA Recorded Event of the Year Award for his co-produced album, Life Goes On. Kentucky Music Hall of Fame inducted Larry Cordle in April 2015, celebrating his impressive career in music. In 2016, Larry released the ‘Give Me Jesus’ album which received the 2018 Grammy Nomination for Best Roots Gospel Album and a 2017 IBMA Gospel Recorded Event of the Year Nomination for the title track.

Health Issues

In May 2016, it was revealed that Larry was diagnosed with chronic lymphatic Leukemia. Further in the year, while still undergoing treatments for cancer, he released a gospel album ‘Give Me Jesus’ in March.

Body Measurements: Height, weight, Body Size

Larry has dark brown eyes and black hair. However, his other body measurements including height, weight, etc. are unknown.

Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

Larry is staying low and isn’t very active in any social media like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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