Larry Livermore

Larry Livermore was the co-founder of Lookout Records, the editor and publisher of Lookout magazine, and a longtime columnist for Maximum Rocknroll and Punk Planet. Long before there was an East Bay pop punk explosion, Livermore fronted solar-powered punks the Lookouts and the Smiths-like acoustic pop band the Potatomen. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY and recently published his fascinating memoir, How To Ru(i)n A Record Label.

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Three Great Things: Larry Livermore of Lookout! Records

By Larry Livermore | February 25, 2021

Three Great Things: Larry Livermore of Lookout! Records

In advance of a virtual celebration of the legendary label he co-founded, Livermore shares what’s been keeping him busy.

An Excerpt From How to Ru(i)n a Record Label: The Story of Lookout Records by Larry Livermore (the Lookouts, the Potatomen)

By Larry Livermore | November 7, 2015

An Excerpt From How to Ru(i)n a Record Label: The Story of Lookout Records by Larry Livermore (the Lookouts, the Potatomen)

In an excerpt from his forthcoming memoir, the Lookout! Records co-founder tells the short but sweet tale of his own band, the Potatomen.