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Lazer Lloyd

Among the best-known blues music artists in Israel, American vocalist/songwriter/guitarist Lazer Lloyd (given birth to Lloyd Paul Blumen) carved a profession for himself by promoting the blues genre in the centre East, where it had been less popular than in the home. A soulful vocalist and guitarist, he was created in NY and elevated in Madison, Connecticut on blues, folk, rock and roll, and jazz by way of a musician father, access his comprehensive record collection. Ultimately developing a design that incorporated many of these genre affects into his emotive blues, he was playing business lead guitar across the East Coastline with his music group Legacy by age group 15. He began singing and composing tunes while a music main at Skidmore University in upstate NY, where he analyzed beneath the tutelage of music artists including jazz bassist Milt Hinton and Bloodstream, Perspiration & Tears’ Randy Brecker. After graduating, he created the final Mavericks and acquired a short dalliance with Atlantic Information, who planned to consider him to Nashville. Rather, he was transferred to simply accept an invitation by vocalist/songwriter Shlomo Carlebach (aka Reb Schlomo) to visit Israel once they performed a show jointly in Manhattan. Arriving in his followed nation in 1994, he became a member of the psychedelic jam music group Reva L’Sheva (under his Hebrew name Eliezer Blumen) and spent another a decade touring and documenting together until he self-released his single debut record, the folk-rock-influenced Higher Surface, in 2004. Then established the root base rock and roll trio Yood, which released two albums, 2007’s Passin’ Over and 2008’s True People, and toured in Israel as well as the U.S. In 2011 he released the acoustic Lazer Lloyd Unplugged, Blues in Tel Aviv, along with a assortment of Hebrew music entitled Haneshama. A cooperation with David Orbach entitled Ruler of Blues as well as the solo MY VERY OWN Blues implemented in 2012. Another season, Blues Leaf Information released an acoustic Lazer Lloyd recording, Lost on the road, as well as the bluesman continuing to tour Israel and THE UNITED STATES under his personal name. In the summertime of 2015, he released a self-titled electrical album by himself Chicago-based Plenty of Like Record label.

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