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Lazer Lloyd was born on 7 May, 1966 in New York, New York, United States, is an American singer and songwriter. Discover Lazer Lloyd's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?
|Age||56 years old|
|Born||7 May 1966|
|Birthplace||New York, New York, United States|
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Lazer Lloyd Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2022. So, how much is Lazer Lloyd worth at the age of 56 years old? Lazer Lloyd’s income source is mostly from being a successful Singer. He is from United States. We have estimated Lazer Lloyd's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
|Salary in 2021||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Singer|
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Lazer is now completing the follow-up "Backstreets" album (release likely early in 2019) with recordings made in Nashville with Eric Paul (Townes van Zandt, Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, Kris Kristofferson). He is currently recording new material for a late 2019 release with producer/engineer Chris Bell (Don Henley, Eagles, Eric Johnson etc).
In 2016, Lloyd released two CDs for sale on the road, "Guitar Jams" and "The Moose is Loose" (a live concert recorded at a Moose International Lodge in Kankakee, Illinois. These road CDs were followed by a major 2017 international digital and physical release with his "Freedom's Child" album. The "Freedom's Child" album gained 150 points on the Americana Music Association chart in the first 28 days after release. Lazer's instrumental "Esquecas Do Mundo (Forget the World)" has become a beloved track with Brazilian & UK fans with millions of views on youtube and thousands of comments.
In 2015, he released his first internationally distributed album, the self-titled Lazer Lloyd, which included eleven of his own original songs and a cover of Otis Redding's "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay", through Chicago's Lots of Love Records. The album reached No. 4 on Roots Music Report's blues albums chart, while the singles "Burning Thunder" and "Broken Dreams" reached No. 1 and No. 7 on the blues singles chart, respectively.
Lloyd released a second acoustic album, Lost on the Highway, through Blues Leaf Records in August 2013. In October, as part of the Jewish Unity Music Project, he released a music video called "Ha'am Sheli" ("My People"), featuring vocals from Israeli singers Gad Elbaz, Shlomo Katz, Aharon Razel, and Naftali Kalfa. The following summer, he embarked on a North American tour, including a Canadian tour with members of the Downchild Blues Band and a US tour with members of the Chicago Blues Kings.
Lloyd's first guitar was a Fender Lead Bullet 3 bought at Manny's Music in New York, and he played mostly Telecasters throughout college. He enjoys searching for vintage guitars on the road and regularly changes his main instrument – often working on upgrades and improvements before trading on to the next guitar. In addition to maintaining his carefully curated collection of guitars, Lloyd often plays LaGrange Guitars – an Israeli luthier which endorses him and makes guitars to his specifications. Lazer Lloyd uses D'addario strings on his guitars.
In 2012, he released the electric blues album My Own Blues and collaborated with singer David Orbach on the album King of Blues.
Lloyd opened for British blues guitarist Snowy White at a 2011 performance in Tel Aviv. Among those in attendance were rock singer Shalom Hanoch and radio DJ Ben Rad of 88FM, the latter of whom subsequently began playing Lloyd's music frequently. That same year, Lloyd released three new albums: the all-Hebrew album Haneshama, the acoustic album Lazer Lloyd Unplugged, and the live album Blues in Tel Aviv, as well as a concert DVD called Lazer Lloyd Live From Israel.
In 2005, he and bassist Yaakov "Dr. Jake" Lefcoe co-founded the blues rock band Yood, although the group had been in development since 2000. Acquiring drummer Moshe Yankovsky, they debuted at Mike's Place in 2006 and released two albums, Passin'over (2007) and Real People (2008). They also played the Beit Shemesh Festival and gave a Chabad-sponsored college tour in the United States.
After releasing two albums as Eliezer Blumen in the early 2000s, Lloyd recorded the album Higher Ground in 2004 with Ofir Leibovitz of the Israeli rock band Nikmat HaTraktor.
Lloyd joined the band Reva L'Sheva in 1996, replacing founding member David "Harpo" Abramson. Releasing six albums, the band was credited with inspiring a post-Carlebach style of jam band-influenced Jewish rock played by bands like Moshav, Soulfarm, and Blue Fringe. During their tenure, they were promoted by radio host Ehud Manor and appeared on Army Radio and Channel 1. They disbanded in 2004, although they returned for a concert at Zappa Jerusalem in 2014.
During the negotiation period for the record, Lloyd was playing in Central Park when he met a homeless man who told him about singer-songwriter Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach and invited Lloyd to perform with the rabbi at a synagogue in Manhattan. At the concert, Lloyd was struck by Carlebach's warmth and talent as well as his willingness to embrace Lloyd's roots rock and blues style into his more traditional Jewish musical style. Lloyd was fascinated by the use of the flat five chords, which appear in both blues and traditional Jewish music. The two became friends, and Carlebach ultimately persuaded Lloyd to fly to Israel to play with him. Rabbi Carlebach passed away three months later (October 1994) and never made it back to Israel to join the young musician. Lloyd ended up settling. He became a baal teshuva and studied at Dvar Yerushalayim and Kfar Chabad.
Upon graduating from Skidmore, Lloyd returned to Connecticut and formed a blues rock band called the Last Mavericks, which he later described as "Stevie Ray Vaughan meets Bruce with a bit of a grunge sound". After moving to New York in the early 1990s, the band recorded a demo for Atlantic Records, who subsequently offered Lloyd a chance to record a solo record in Nashville, Tennessee with producer Garry Tallent of the E Street Band. During this time, he also opened for artists like Prince, Johnny Winter, and Randy Brecker.
Born in the United States, the young Lloyd moved to Israel in his 20s, where he played guitar for the influential Jewish rock band Reva L'Sheva. Following the band's breakup, he fronted the power trio Yood with a fresh take on 1970's style blues rock before starting his own solo singer-songwriter career.
Lloyd was born in New York City in 1966 and grew up in Madison, Connecticut. He began playing guitar at age of 13. His first band formed in his teens, Legacy, played covers of 1950s rock and roll. They played at a 1982 battle of the bands at Daniel Hand High School and toured throughout Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey, including opening for Michael Bolton at Toad's Place in New Haven.