Leading his home town out of the darkness of the Covid era, a long-time Monrovian is about to bring some panache to the largest restaurant in the historic Route 66 location of scenic old town Monrovia. Polish your bling.
The Liberace Museum Store monologue of Jay Mohr is now the stuff of legend. The Liberace Museum Store is soon open again, more fabulous than ever.
The famous Liberace Museum Collection has drawn thousands of viewers and top attraction reviews in recent years Covid 19 threatened that success With critically acclaimed exhibits at the Paris Museum of Modern Art, the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art and the MET Gala; with artifacts making key appearances on the 2019 Monte Carlo…
Licensing of his image has led to appearances in TV shows and movies such as “Blade Runner 2049” in which Liberace shows up as a holographic performer in – where else? – a Las Vegas casino.
“I thought it was going to happen for Chloe sooner than it did has, just based off who she is,” said Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, recalling how her personality endeared her to the Liberace estate.
“There just aren’t that many musician like Chloe who get it.” – Jonathan Warren
Bergdorf Goodman to celebrate Liberace 100 with spectacular window display at its legendary 5th Avenue store, simultaneous to Liberace being featured at the Met Gala
The Foundation’s star fundraiser rockets to stardom, in a breakout Grammy’s performance on Liberace’s crystal piano “Cardi B’s pianist wins the internet at the Grammys” – TIME “The 33-year-old ivory tickler unleashed a thousand watts of feverish energy in a voluminous black and white gown topped off with a game face that said it all.”…
When The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore recently played Vegas, Mackelmore took time out to visit Liberace Garage and even borrowed a few collection items for the stage.
With more image and brand licensing than at any time since his death 30 years ago, the Liberace brand is very much in the public eye, and seeking brand partners.
French star Line Renaud welcomed Liberace to Paris on his first visit there in 1955. When the Liberace Jewels went on exhibit at the Paris Museum of Modern Art sixty-two years later, Madame Renaud welcomed her friend back to the City of Light.