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Lloyd Glenn

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Born: November 21, 1909 | Died: May 23, 1985    Primary Instrument: Piano

Lloyd Glenn - Blues pianist, arranger (1909 - 1985)

A talented pianist and musical arranger, Lloyd Glenn was less renowned for his own fine recordings as for his peerless work on those by other musicians; particularly the Midas touch he contributed to the production and accompaniment of blues guitarists like T-Bone Walker, Lowell Fulson, Gene Phillips, Gatemouth Brown and B B King.

Born in San Antonio, Texas, on 21st November 1909, Lloyd Glenn grew up listening to close relatives and family friends playing ragtime, blues and boogie woogie on the family piano. By his early teens he had absorbed a lot of music and playing piano became second nature to him. He spent the late 1920s honing his skills in South Western territory bands, such as Millard McNeal's Melody Boys, Thomas Lee's Royal Aces, and The Deluxe Melody Boys, before joining Terence “Tee” Holder's respected unit, returning to San Antonio when Holder disbanded in 1932....
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