Lloyd Marcus in Concert: I Love America Revue, A One Man Musical. Please Share with your Florida friends & family... A unique blend of music, entertainment and narrative... Lloyd Marcus shares his life story revealing how he, a black man, came to marry a white woman, his former alcoholism, his view on race... And More. You will laugh... You will cry... Lloyd Marcus: Entertainer, Singer, Songwriter, Speaker, Fine Artist and prolific writer, since his early beginnings in a Baltimore government housing project has emerged as world renowned highly respected Voice of Conservatism. Lloyd's music career began at age 9 singing solos in his preacher dad's East Baltimore storefront church.
Lloyd Marcus "Tea Are the World" CD/DVD release, with lots of entertainment!
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THIS WEEKEND @ Deltona Coffee House, Lloyd Marcus I LOVE America Revue: A One Man Musical. Singer, songwriter, artist and prolific writer Lloyd Marcus is quite unique and considered by some controversial. Lloyd's music career began at age 9 singing solos in an East Baltimore storefront church where his father was assistant pastor. Since his early beginnings in a Baltimore government housing project, Lloyd has emerged as a world renowned highly respected voice of the Tea Party Movement. Lloyd is also internationally known for his various jazz recordings.
Sounds Like: Lionel Ritchie, Kenny Rogers, Sam Cooke, Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra
Label: Zephyrus Music
Manager: Mary Parker
Bio: Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American is internationally renowned conservative columnist, singer/songwriter and author. While Lloyd's music includes, smooth jazz, pop and adult contemporary, his political original songs and commentaries have earned Lloyd worldwide celebrity.
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“Marcus, a widely known local musician whose star rose during some of the recent Tea Party Express tours, described one of the recent trials in a December blog post. The center -- which has recording studios, a stage and a concept for a cafe that features performers -- was behind in its mortgage. About 9 one night, he got a call at home about the toilet overflowing. He trudged to the center, mop, bucket and shop-vac in tow, and cleaned up the mess. But while there, he was invited to join an ongoing musical recording session and asked to sing along. "The vibe of the recording session was awesome; warm, friendly and cheerful with much laughing, joking and everyone having a great time," Marcus wrote. "Suddenly, it dawned on me, this is what the arts center is all about."”