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band leader

Guy Albert Lombardo, Canadian band leader.


Lombardo, Guy Albert was born on June 19, 1902 in London, Ontario, Canada. Son of Guy and Lena (Paladine) Lombardo.


Student St. Peter’s London, Ontario, 1909-1920. Doctor of Music, U. Western Ontario, 1971.


Came to the United States, 1923. Musician, 1916-1977; began radio broadcasting in the United States, 1924. Played at important theatres and hotels throughout United States and Canada.

Well known recording artist. Appeared in Mahatma Gandhi Memorial and Paramount Pictures. Producer musical Arabian Nights, Jones Beach, New York, 1954-1955, Around the World in 80 Days, Jones Beach, 1963-1964, Mardi Gras, Jones Beach, 1965, 66, Hawaiian Museum Paradise Island, summer 1961, Arabian Nights, 1967, South Pacific, 1968-1969, Sound of Music, 1970-1971, The King and I, 1971-1972, Carousel, 1972-1973, Fiddler on the Roof, 1973-1974, Oklahoma, 1974-1975.

Appeared New York World’s Fair, 1964-1965. Accorded recognition from 1930 by radio editors of the United States and Canada as being outstanding orchestra leader. Secretary American Power Boat Association Winner Gold Cup Speedboat Race and National Sweepstakes, 1946, all American speedboat trophies including National Championship 1946, 47, 48, President’s Cup, 1955.

Also music publisher.


Married Lilliebell Glenn, September 9, 1926.

Guy Lombardo

Lena (Paladine) Lombardo

Lilliebell Glenn