They called him “Mr. Showmanship” and truly, there was no one else quite like him in the world.
His bedazzled costumes, larger-than-life stage presence and incredible, raw talent for the piano amazed millions in the ’50s and ’60s.
Before he played for the Hollywood elite, he worked his way up from humble beginnings by playing in nightclubs. His syndicated television show The Liberace Show was a smash hit that later dazzled viewers even more when it aired again in color in 1969.
Watch this stunning moment when he performs the unbelievably fast 16-to-the-bar boogie woogie.
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