Larrie Londin

Larrie Londin

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Ralph Gallant, better known by his stage name Larrie Londin (October 15, 1943 - August 24, 1992), was an American drummer and session musician. Londin played with a wide range of artists including Journey and Steve Perry.

With Journey, he played on Raised On Radio. With Steve Perry as a solo artist, he played on Street Talk.

Larrie also performed with Elvis Presley on tour during Presley's last years, and can be heard prominently playing with the King on the Madison label's 2007 release of "A New Kind Of Rhythm," a recording of a 1976 Presley concert. He can also be heard on recordings by:

Emmylou Harris, Diana Ross, The Supremes, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Martha Reeves, The Vandellas, Smokey Robinson, Joe Tex, Wilson Pickett, Lionel Richie, Jerry Lee Lewis, Boots Randolph, Charlie Pride, Randy Travis, Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, B.B. King, Albert Lee, Larry Carlton, Lee Ritenour, England Dan & John Ford Coley, Bobby Bare, Merle Haggard, Hank Snow, Jerry Reed, Rodney Crowell, Rosanne Cash, Don Francisco (Christian singer of "He's Alive" fame — Londin played drums on that Dove Award winning song in 1977), Dan Fogelberg, Reba McEntire, KT Oslin, Vince Gill, Ricky Skaggs, Hank Williams, Jr., Chet Atkins, Adrian Belew and Ronnie Milsap.

Londin also performed on Dan Hill's 1977 #3 Billboard Hit "Sometimes When We Touch".

As young men, Larrie and his bassist brother Lonnie were members of The Headliners, among the very few white acts signed...
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