Lloyd Lindroth

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Lloyd Lindroth (June 6, 1931 - June 9, 1994) was an American harpist who was nicknamed "The Liberace of the Harp". He had played for millions of people[1] at the time of his death. A Seattle native, Lindroth began playing at age 14. In 1983, he moved to Nashville, where he would stay until his death, after a bout with pneumonia.[1] He played many shows in Las Vegas, where he was buried.

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as musician:

Roots soundtrack[2]

The Nashville Network[2]

Peter Gunn: Blind Item[3]

as actor:

Easter Parade of Stars Auto Show- Himself[3]

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{–First to Invent The Electronic Harp so he could be heard above a 100 piece orchestra or the bands accompanying him around the world. Called, "The Voice of The Harp", his system was sought after by virtually every harpist and harp maker the world over.George Michaud, Personal Manager/Agent for thirty years

George Michaud