b. 4 June 1928, Thilbodaux, Louisiana, USA, d. 31 Oct 1995. Blues bass participant Lloyd Lambert was most widely known as the music group leader of Acoustic guitar Slim’s music group, who loved significant national recognition within the 50s. After in the beginning training like a trumpet participant, he previously his 1st break with Hosea Hill’s Serenaders. Then created a touring music group, largely comprising previous members from the Serenaders, for Acoustic guitar Slim, following the second option had guaranteed a agreement with Niche Records. Lambert’s electrical bass (in those days an advancement) was present on all of the recordings created by Slim for Niche and Atlantic Information, and he also supported Small Richard and Ray Charles. He documented his own single record for Niche, an instrumental entitled ‘Weighty Sugar’. Pursuing Slim’s loss of life in 1959, Lambert toured for a while with Nappy Dark brown, then resolved in Houston. For some from the 60s he was used in session work with the Duke and Peacock brands. Eventually, he came back to New Orleans, and in 1981 created his personal Dixieland music group, playing in the Maison Bourbon for the rest of the 10 years. In old age he helped to resurrect the profession of Wayne ‘Thunderbird’ Davis, who experienced formerly opened up for Acoustic guitar Slim. Lambert passed away of cancers in 1995.