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Valentino Liberace


Valentino Liberace (Wisconsin 1919 – Palm Springs, California 1987) was an American pianist and entertainer, known for his flamboyant showmanship and eccentric stage costumes as well as his virtuoso performances. Liberace earned two Emmy Awards, six gold albums, two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

In 1953, Liberace played at Carnegie Hall and Madison Square Garden.

He died of cardiac arrest due to congestive heart failure brought on by subacute encephalopathy in 1987. He was 67 years old.[1]

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