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Larry Nestor Edit Profile

musician , songwriter

Larry Nestor, songwriter, musician. Member of American Society of Composers, Chicago Federation Musicians.

Background

Nestor, Larry was born on January 29, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of John Louis and Theresa Inez Nestor.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Foursome the Spider, Tune Up the Banjo (winner Bicentennial Folk Song Contest, Loyola University, 1976), The Kettle (theme song of the Salvation Army). Songwriter (musicals) Lumberjacks & Weddingbelles, Seven Brides for Dracula, The Brementown Musicians, Stone Soup, Androcles & the Lion, The Velveteen Rabbit, Pinnochio, God's Faithful Messenger, Triple Play, Don't Rock the Boat, It's a Howl!, Nashville Dreams, Conecticut Yankee, A Tale of Two Cities, Sincerely, Samantha, Midsummer Night's Dream, Unhappily Ever After, The Shoemaker & the Elves, Tangerine Dusk, 2003 (Seahorse award for best libretto Moondance Film Festival, Boulder, Colorado, 2003). Contributor articles to journals, magazines.

Membership

Member of American Society of Composers, Chicago Federation Musicians.

Connections

Children: Thomas John, Anne Marie.

father:
John Louis

mother:
Theresa Inez Nestor

child:
Thomas John Nestor

child:
Anne Marie Nestor