Larry Williams Professional Speaker
Larry Williams has a long established history of being involved in many humanitarian efforts and charitable causes. In 2006, he was recognized by the American Disc Jockey Association and awarded the prestigious Michael Butler Humanitarian Award for his extraordinary efforts in helping a business get back on their feet in the wake of the Hurricane Katrina disaster. His entertainment company continues to donate to many non-profit organizations and events, including; Special Olympics, the Nevada Humane Society and the Marvin Picollo School for special needs kids, just to name a few. Besides that of on-going local community efforts, Williams’ has been honored to have played a pivotal role in some very high-profile causes that have received national and international attention and recognition.

A Song for Kidnap Victim Jaycee Lee Dugard

In 1991, Larry Williams was moved by the story of an eleven year old girl who was kidnapped while walking to her school bus stop. As a radio broadcaster, he would report updates on this story daily. After six months, media interest in the still unsolved case began to fade. Feeling inspired, Williams wrote a song for her to help revive the media response. The song became the “official” song of the search effort and gave a much needed boost at a time when it was desperately needed. In 2009, Williams joined the world-wide celebration as Jaycee Lee Dugard was recovered after spending eighteen years in captivity. Her story is now regarded as the most celebrated kidnapping/recovery in American history. This amazing story was also the subject of his recent TEDx talk. Click here to view it. For more information, visit

A Dying Wish for a Terminal Cancer Patient

In the summer of 2012, Larry Williams received a Facebook message from a friend. The friend wanted to get in touch with Brad Paisley. He soon learned this friend had terminal Pancreatic Cancer and his dying wish was to give his beloved custom-made guitar to the country superstar. Within two weeks, Williams put the wheels in motion to make this dying wish become a reality. On October 6th, 2012 - cancer patient Lee Feldman went backstage and presented his guitar to Brad Paisley. Sadly, Lee Feldman passed away less than two months later. In the spring of 2013, Brad Paisley honored Lee’s memory by playing the guitar on the song “Officially Alive” which can be heard on his album “Wheelhouse”. Read the complete story here.
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