Larry Santos is a well-known, famous American pop singer/songwriter/musician. He wrote "Candy Girl" for Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. He released 6 pop albums, such as "Just A Man", "Mornin' Sun", "Legacy", his self-titled 1975 pop album, "You Are Everything I Need" and "Don't Let The Music Stop". He is also best known for his pop hits, "You Got Me Where You Want Me", "We Can't Hide It Anymore" and a pop cover version of Linda Ronstadt's "Long Long Time". After his sixth album, "Don't Let The Music Stop" in the late '70s he left Casablanca Record & Filmworks company to host a positive family program, called, "Hot Fudge Show". He returned back to the studio to prepare his 7th studio compilation album, Interplay, that features the pop ballad with his daugther, Laura, entitled, "I'll Come Back To You". While doing commercial jingles, like "Budweiser Light: Bring Out Your Best" he worked as a pop songwriter for Joyce Berry, George Stewart and Debbie Sims, such as "You Are Someone Special" with Diane Warren, "We're Gonna Give Ourselves A Fighting Chance To Reach Heaven's Joys" with his friend and lyricist, Cynthia Weil and so on. In 1996 he returned back to the studio to prepare a live album, called, "Viva Arriva".