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1967 Press Photo Frank Loverde American Disco Music Singer Guitarist

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Frank Loverde replaces Joe Sax as the husband who has fallen out of love with his wife in the Murray Schisgal spoof "Luv."Frank Loverde (or simply Loverde) (1947–1990) was an American disco singer and musician active during the 1980s. Based in San Francisco, Loverde worked with record producer Patrick Cowley on his greatest success; Die Hard Lover, released in 1982. Loverde was born in Los Angeles, California in 1947. Little is known about his family background, but some time during the early 1970s he relocated to New York City to take a job as a DJ at the Yellow Fingers nightclub. Loverde continued working at this venue for four years, during this time becoming more interested in music production and playing the guitar. (Wikipedia)
Photo measures 8 x 10.25 in.

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