For the better part of two decades, Liberace was one of the highest-paid entertainers in the world. The classical-turned-pop pianist who made his millions as a brash, bodacious, extravagant onstage spectacle pulled himself up from humble beginnings as the son of Polish and Italian immigrants.
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In the 1920s and 1930s, the man who became known as Liberace was a prodigious kid, playing piano to earn enough money to help his family during The Great Depression. In time, he parlayed that natural talent, charisma, street smarts and creativity into a marketable, bankable brand that made an indelible print on pop culture and remained part of the West’s collective memory for more than forty years.
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