Drum corps arranger Larry Kerchner nominated for two Broadway Cabaret Awards

Larry Kerchner has been nominated in two categories for the 2013 BroadwayWorld.com Cabaret Awards, and he would appreciate your vote and for any help in getting others to vote. Please pass this article on to all of your friends.

He began his marching career with the Wilmington, DE, Blue Rock in the 1960s. During his last few seasons before aging out he was also the corps’ arranger, producing such classics as “Baby Elephant Walk,” “Quiet Village” and “Requium for the Masses.” During the late 1960s, throughout the 1970s and 1980s he also provide musical arrangements for the Sky Ryders, Muchachos, St. Andrew’s Bridgemen and both the Hawthorne Caballeros and Hawthorne Caballeros Alumni, along with many, many others.

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#1) Best One-Show Special Event (Performer or Group): HIDDEN TREASURES: The Songs of Larry Kerchner

#7) Best Original Song for a Cabaret Show: Larry Kerchner “What’s Your Phobia?” for Jeff Harnar

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