An electrical pop aficionado turned nation songwriter/performer turned rock and roll & move performer, Costs Lloyd earned his badge in Music Row by composing strikes for others, but later on within the duo Foster & Lloyd. After Foster & Lloyd split in 1990, Lloyd shifted to a single career with regular stints being a sideman guitarist. Blessed in Kentucky in 1955, Lloyd transferred frequently as a kid, following his armed forces father all over the world. He started writing songs young, and after their studies at Traditional western Kentucky School for awhile, he fell out and transferred to Nashville in 1982. After getting teamed with Radney Foster being a songwriting set, the two composed the strike “Since I CAME ACROSS You” for the Sweethearts from the Rodeo. Provided a performing agreement by RCA, Foster & Lloyd jumped at the chance and released their debut record in 1987. The self-titled LP sparked three nation strikes, “Crazy over You,” “Sure Thing,” and “What WOULD YOU LIKE from Me THIS TIME AROUND?,” as well as the duo continuing executing until 1990. Foster after that moved on to some solo profession, and Lloyd, who acquired released an record of some decidedly rock-oriented middle-’80s demos as Sense the Elephant in 1987, performed electric guitar on albums by Ricky Truck Shelton, Al Kooper, Kim Richey, Marshall Crenshaw, and Steve Earle. In 1994, he also documented his first genuine solo album, Established to Pop. Sitting on the Shoulder blades of Giants implemented five years afterwards.
|1||He is formerly a disc jockey of Chicago's WUSN-FM 99.5 radio station.|
|2||He resides in Los Angeles, California with his wife and two children.|
|3||Lloyd is a highly sought-after voiceover talent for television movie trailers and commercials.|
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