I was blessed to see a Larry Norman concert on a New Years Eve a long time ago. Steven Curtis Chapman was there too and opened for him, and Steven had just released his first Christian recording at the time and still had that baby face. Anyway Larry sat down behind that piano and played one wonderful song after another. He was also a good preacher, but didn't get "preachy," if you know what I mean. I thought I was watching a talent right up there with Paul McCartney that night, but the song messages were so much better.
I really grieved when Keith Green died. I named one of my children after him. I also grieved over the loss of Larry Norman. They were both bold proclaimers of the Gospel and would go places a lot of other Christians are afraid to go.