Larry Hibbitt

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Larry Hibbitt
Origin Wandsworth, London
Genres Post-hardcore
Occupation(s) Guitarist, record producer, songwriter, mixer
Instruments Guitar, vocals, keyboards, percussion.
Associated acts Hundred Reasons, Dinosaur Pile-up, Marmozets, Sundara Karma, Sophie Jamieson, Nothing But Thieves, Cortes, Pretty Vicious.
Notable instruments
guitar, vocals, keyboards, percussion.

Larry Hibbitt is a guitarist/songwriter/producer/mixer from Wandsworth, London. He was guitarist/vocalist in the post-hardcore band Hundred Reasons.[1] As a writer/producer he has worked with Nothing but Thieves, Marmozets, Sundara Karma, Pretty Vicious, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Cortes, Norma Jean Martine and Sophie Jamieson.

Hundred Reasons[edit]

Formed in 1999 with Colin Doran (vocals), Andy Gilmour (bass), Paul Townsend (guitar/vocals) and Andy Bews (drums), Hundred Reasons released 4 studio albums, Ideas Above Our Station (2002), Shatterproof Is Not A Challenge (2004), Kill Your Own (2006) and Quick the Word, Sharp the Action (2007), the latter two were produced by Hibbitt.

After Quick the Word, Sharp the Action the band took a hiatus, returning in 2012 for a sold out UK tour and to play Banquet Records Big Day Out, Hevy and 2000Trees, but there are no plans for the band to record a fifth album.

Writing and Producing[edit]

Hibbitt has written and had cuts with Nothing But Thieves, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Cortes, Zibra and Avante Black, and his production/mixing credits include Sundara Karma, Nothing But Thieves, Marmozets, Pretty Vicious, Sophie Jamieson, Million Dead and Hundred Reasons.

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