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Larry Morrow, a Masterful Communicator was born into a gifted family of masters, a trait handed down from his father, Russell, who was a Master Plumber. Larry is a lively conversationalist, engaging lecturer, moving speaker, proficient teacher of Executive Communications and Master of Ceremony extraordinaire.

Larry’s full-time broadcast career spanned nearly four decades. He was inducted into the prestigious Radio and Television Hall of Fame and is the only Ohio Broadcaster nominated to National Radio Hall of Fame in Chicago. Larry’s career is sprinkled with significant appearances that range from Master of Ceremony for the opening of the new Cleveland Browns Stadium, to hosting Cleveland’s Bicentennial Celebration with an estimated 450,000 in attendance, the largest crowd ever assembled in Cleveland. Larry also appeared on the 100th Anniversary Episode of the Drew Carey television show on ABC.

When Larry was asked to introduce the last four Presidents of the United States, it was a humbling experience for him. “Being on stage with the most important men in the world enlarged my life and increased my confidence as a communicator more than a thousand platitudes over the years.”

To extol the virtues of his community, Larry still makes over 100 appearances a year, most of which are for charity. Former Mayor George Voinovich bestowed upon Larry the honorary title of Mr. Cleveland, making him only the fourth person in the history of Cleveland to wear the moniker.

Larry dedicated 3 years of his life to serving his country as a United States Marine. Ten years later, a request from the Pentagon and his radio station sent Larry to Viet Nam. His mission was two-fold:  to interview troops on their attitude towards the war and to bring loving messages home to the soldiers’ families. The messages were then played on his company’s radio stations in Pennsylvania and Cleveland during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Larry was honored for his efforts by the Assistant Commandant of the Marines with a special dinner on the Marine Corps birthday.

Larry currently lectures to college and universities, high school students and high level businesses and healthcare institutions on Linking Effective Communications to Strategic Leadership. He was recently honored by the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame with “An Evening With Larry Morrow.” The sold out event was the 2008 kick-off to the educational series “From Songwriters to Soundmen.”

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Elizabeth Dole Drew Carey Bernie Kosar Joan London
Elizabeth Dole Drew Carey Mayor White, Bernie Kosar, Al Lerner, Carmen Policy and Governor George Voinovich Joan Lunden
Zig Zigler Larry and Slider George Voinovich
Zig Ziglar Cleveland's Bicentennial. Larry and Slider on stage. Larry and (guess who) out of costume before the Bicentennial celebration. Governor George Voinovich
Neil Diamond Patrick J Moynahan David Brinkley Ronald Reagan
Neil Diamond, along with my wife, Rosary Daniel Patrick Moynihan, U.S. Senator David Brinkley Ronald Reagan
Helen Thomas Moses Cleveland Barbara Walters George Voinovich
Helen Thomas "Every time I climbed into the Moses Cleaveland costume I felt transported back to 1796." Barbara Walters Mayor George Voinovich
Jimmy Carter John Glenn Ronald McDonald House charity golf event Avery Friedman and the legendary Casey Kasem
President Jimmy Carter Senator John Glenn Featured speaker at the Ronald McDonald House charity golf event. Avery Friedman and the legendary Casey Kasem
Telly Savalis, a.k.a. Kojak Front Row Speaker Series George Bush Arnold Palmer
Telly Savalas, a.k.a. Kojak Front Row Speaker Series George Bush Arnold Palmer
Bill Cosby Paul Harvey    
Bill Cosby Paul Harvey    

Meet Larry Morrow: Upcoming Public Appearences - click here

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

Larry Morrow discuss local history, broadcast journalism and the influence of rock and roll

Upbeat radio personality and quintessential Clevelander kicks-off the fourth season of the popular FREE "From Songwriters to Soundmen: The People Behind the Hits"

CLEVELAND (January 4, 2007) — The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is proud to ring in the New Year with Larry Morrow, a celebrated Clevelander whose influential broadcasting career has spanned nearly four decades. People are invited to get up close and personal with Morrow as he discusses the role of radio in propagating the culture of rock and roll. Today, he can be heard broadcasting live from the Rock Hall on Tuesday and Wednesday from 3 to 6 p.m. featuring classic rock and roll music that airs on SIRIUS satellite radio.

He will be interviewed in front of a live audience by Jason Hanley, musicologist and education department manager for the Rock Hall. The event is part of the Museum's fourth annual "From Songwriters to Soundmen: The People Behind the Hits" free educational series that shines the spotlight on the people whose contributions to the rock and roll art form are often as powerful as those of the artists themselves.

"As sure as the sun will rise tomorrow you can depend on Larry Morrow's credibility. When Pericles (379BC) was asked, who was the greatest orator of his time he said, it isn't me. When he spoke there was no applause, they all got up and followed him. That's Larry Morrow."

Sam Miller
Forest City Enterprises


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