Larry appeared on an album by Steve Forbert called More Young Guitar Days released in 2002. Larry played pedal steel on "Get That Vagabond Feeling" (country version). More Young Guitar Days was a compilation album of outtakes (songs that didn't make the final cut for Steve Forbert's first four albums). This song came from the Steve Forbert album sessions.

"Honest With Me" appeared on the album Grammy Nominees 2002 which appeared on Bob Dylan's Love and Theft. Larry played guitar on the song. Bob Dylan was nominated for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance for "Honest With Me".

Larry appeared on Patty Blee's album, Disguise. Larry played electric guitar, violin, mandolin, pedal steel guitar and cittern on the album. Tony Garnier also appeared on the album. They recorded this album right after recording Bob Dylan's Love and Theft in June of 2001.

Larry recorded during May and June of 2001 with Buddy and Julie Miller. One of the songs recorded was Bob Dylan's "Wallflower". Larry played fiddle on the song. "Wallflower" appeared on a free cd called Hard Rain Volumes 1 & 2: A Tribute to Bob Dylan, Uncut Magazine's tribute to Dylan CD in the May issue 2002.

Larry played guitar, fiddle and lap steel on a song Bob Dylan wrote called "Waiting For You". The song appeared to have been recorded right after the Grammys in March 2002 and was included on the soundtrack for the movie Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. David Mansfield wrote the score for the movie. (David was a member of Bob Dylan's band for 4 years.)

Larry appeared on Castles of Gold with Frank McCourt, Roma Downey and Pan Morigan. He played cittern and mandolin on the album. Castles of Gold won at the INDIE awards for AFIM (The Association for Independent Music) in the spoken word category.

Larry apppeared on Bob Dylan's Oscar-winning song "Things Have Changed" featured on the album Paramount Pictures' 90th Anniversary Memorable Songs.

Larry was in the studio with Peter Wolf in January 2001 recording Sleepless. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Tony Garnier and Teresa Williams also appeared on the album. Larry played fiddle, guitar, mandolin and pedal steel. He also contributed background vocals.

Larry appeared with Lucy Kaplansky, playing electric guitar, on "Small Dark Movie" for the album Going Driftless: An Artist's Tribute to Greg Brown.

Larry played slide guitar, appearing with Bob Dylan on one track of Kindred Spirits, a tribute album to the songs of Johnny Cash. (The track was taken from the Johnny Cash Tribute special, broadcast from the Hammerstein Ballroom, New York City, 5 Apr 1999, when Bob Dylan and his band performed "Train of Love." Their performance had been recorded earlier and was shown on video.)

Larry appeared on Buddy Miller's album Midnight and Lonesome. Larry played steel guitar & fiddle on "Wild Card", steel guitar on "I Can't Get Over You", and fiddle on "Midnight and Lonesome".

Larry played acoustic guitar on Kate Taylor's album, Beautiful Road on a song called "Shores of Paradise".

Larry played on Christine Kane's album, Rain and Mud and Wild and Green on 7 songs. He played banjo on "The Way Clouds Do", electric guitar, pedal steel and banjo on "Everything Green", electric guitar on "(No Such Thing As) Girls Like That", acoustic guitar on "All The Relatives", acoustic guitar, pedal steel and electric guitar on "The Way You Say Goodbye", electric guitar and pedal steel on "Or Just Heading Home" and electric guitar on "The One Thing I Know".

Larry played pedal steel, fiddle and guitar on "Easter Flowers", and he played pedal steel and guitar on "Shoulda Made Love To You" on the album Sophisticated Beyond Repair recorded by Brown Trout And The Lunkers.

Larry appeared on an excusive & very limited (6,000 copies) 5 "CD set" (Greatest Hits Box) from Canada released to commemorate Bob Dylan's 2002 tour there. Larry contributed to the 4 track live sampler entitled Live & Rare.

Larry appeared on Edie Brickell's complilation album, Ultimate Collection because he played on "Picture Perfect Morning".

Larry played pedal steel on "Out Of The Blue" on Jaime Babbitt's album, Excellent Driver.

Larry appeared on Cheryl Wheeler's Different Stripe. It was a compilation of her earlier albums. Larry played on Sylvia Hotel.

Larry recorded with New York's The Brilliant Mistakes on their album, Dumb Luck. Larry played pedal steel on two songs: "Crawl Back" and "Clear To Me Now." He also played banjo on "Clear To Me Now."

Larry played guitar and violin on Bob Dylan's song, "Cross The Green Mountain", for the movie Gods and Generals. Larry was also involved in the music video for the song shot on November 23, 2002, in Richmond, Virginia, at Hollywood Cemetery. The video was available on the limited edition DVD that was being included with initial shipments of the soundtrack album released on February 4, 2003. The video was shown on TNT January 26, 2003, during the movie Gettysburg.

Larry was in the studio in January 2000 with Lyle Lovett recording Ray Charles' song, "What'd I Say" for the soundtrack to Where The Heart Is. Larry played pedal steel guitar on the song. The song appeared on the soundtrack album and on Lyle Lovett's release Smile.

Larry recorded "Gonna Change My Way of Thinking" in Los Angeles with Bob Dylan in March 2002 for Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs of Bob Dylan. Larry played guitar on the song. The song was nominated for a grammy for Best Pop Collaberation With Vocals but did not win. In addition, the album on which the song appeared was nominated for a grammy for Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album but did not win.

Larry was in the studio with Soozie Tyrell in May 2002 and appeared on her debut album, White Lines, playing guitar, pedal steel and mandolin. Tony Garnier also appeared on the album along with Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa.

Bob Dylan's "Cry A While" appeared on The Story Of The Blues on which Larry played guitar.

Larry produced and played on Diamond Jubilation, an album by the The Dixie Hummingbirds. It was their 75th Anniversary Album. Levon Helm and Tony Garnier appeared on the album. Garth Hudson, George Recile and Dr. John were also brought in to work on the album. The Dixie Hummingbirds performed Bob Dylan's song "City of Gold" and Julie Miller's song "Too Many Troubles" for this album. Larry wrote two songs that they recorded. "Someday" was a song he wrote in the 80's with The Hummingbirds in mind, and "When I Go Away" was a song he wrote on the 2003 Australian leg of Bob Dylan's tour.

Larry appeared in the movie Masked and Anonymous which was shown at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival and was also shown nationwide. Four songs that Larry played on from the movie appear on the soundtrack. One Bob Dylan song, "Down In The Flood" was nominated for a grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance but did not win. "City of Gold" from The Dixie Hummingbirds' Diamond Jubilation album also appeared on this soundtrack.

Larry played on Litte Feat's album, Kickin' It At The Barn. He played fiddle on "Night On The Town".

When Larry was in New Zealand in February 2003, he contributed to Wellington singer/songwriter Dean Chandler's debut album. Dean Chandler's self titled album was released on October 13th, 2003, on the Universal Music label.

Larry played violin and mandolin on "I'm Gonna Be Strong" (second version) on Cyndi Lauper's 3 box cd set, The Great Cyndi Lauper.

Larry played mandolin on Tom Hanway's country, blues and gospel guitar album, The Badbelly Project.

Larry recorded "Please Come Home For Christmas" with Willie Nelson on June 8, 2003, in New York City. Larry played steel guitar. The song was recorded for an album called A Very Special Acoustic Christmas to benefit Special Olympics.

"I've Been Born Again", a song from Diamond Jubilation was placed on Gospel Brunch Classics.