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8 thoughts on “ Guy Lombardo

  1. Taukus
    Guy Lombardo was a Canadian, then American bandleader and violinist. Born: June 19, in London, Ontario, Canada. Died: November 05, in Houston, Texas.
  2. Fauzragore
    Jun 15,  · Guy Lombardo, in full Guy Albert Lombardo, (born June 19, , London, Ont.,Can.—died Nov. 5, , Houston, Texas, U.S.), Canadian-born American dance-band leader whose New Year’s Eve radio and television broadcasts with his Royal Canadians became an American tradition for 48 years. Derided by some music critics as the “king of corn,” Lombardo .
  3. Garisar
    Dec 27,  · And over the years, there have been lots of talented people associated with New Year’s Eve events on radio and TV and one of them was Guy Lombardo. Lombardo () was a Canadian/American.
  4. Namuro
    Jul 22,  · Guy Lombardo ‎– The Sweetest Waltzes This Side Of Heaven - - full vinyl album - Duration: arar 26, views.
  5. Yotaxe
    Find Guy Lombardo bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - Canadian bandleader of the s through '70s.
  6. Yozshujin
    Dec 27,  · Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians From Guy Lombardo's Final New Year's Eve. Appearance. The Band Performs: "Babyface," "I Write The Songs," "Charley, My Boy," "Feelings," "Silver Dollar," And "Give My Regards To Broadway." With Vocals By Ty Lemley And Kenny Gardner.
  7. Arashizil
    Guy Lombardo formed "The Royal Canadians" in with his brothers Carmen, Lebert, and Victor and other musicians from his hometown of London, Ontario, Canada. Lombardo led the group to international success, billing themselves as creating "The Sweetest Music This Side of Heaven." Members: Guy Lombardo - conductor, violin.
  8. Vusho
    Guy Albert Lombardo Jr. was born in London, Ont.; on June 19, His father was an Italian tailor who liked music and he gave each of his older childred an instrument and told them to .

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