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.


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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