Al Conte

Inducted: 1983
Born: 1930
Died: 2005

Al Conte, 1930-2005, was a pianist and arranger, and one-time conductor of the late Guy Lombardo’s Royal Canadians for twenty-three years. This native of Providence was discovered by the famed Lombardo while performing at the Biltmore Hotel in 1954. He became one of the most accomplished and celebrated piano artists of our time. He became known as “the fifth Lombardo Brother,” playing in all of the famed orchestra leader’s New Year’s Eve show’s.

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