“One of the reasons I came back to Tulsa was that I thought I had enough money to last forever. I had done very well financially and I had proven to myself that I could do some bigger things than what I had been doing…but, then I got into a marriage that did not last forever…and it took a lot of money,” Larry said. He also felt that he had not really put the effort into Cain’s that he should have and it was time to remedy that.
By his own admission, his best years were 1975 to 1995. His focus on Cain’s was paying off and it became a mecca for live music in Tulsa. Yet, even as a family man, he still could not stop chasing the big money and was “scratching and clawing” with the competition to bring in arena shows. His efforts were able to bring Prince, Judas Priest, Tina Turner, Van Halen, Willie Nelson, Kiss, Aerosmith, Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne and even the great Frank Sinatra among others in this attempt and desire to continue growing in the business.