Beyond his success on record , he became one of the country's top nightclub performers of that era, regularly headlining in Las Vegas. Lopez produced a single promoting the Coca-Cola soft drink Fresca in He continued his musical career with extensive tours of Europe and Latin America during this period; an attempt to break out by releasing a disco album in proved a flop.
Lopez was still recording and appearing live in the years leading up to his death. Lopez' popularity led the Gibson Guitar Corporation to ask him in to design a guitar for them. He ended up designing two: the Trini Lopez Standard,  a rock and roll model based on the Gibson ES semihollow body, and the Lopez Deluxe,  a variation of a Gibson jazz guitar designed by Barney Kessel.
Both of these guitars were in production from until , and are now highly sought-after among collectors. During the s and s, Lopez moved into acting, though his film career was not as successful as his music. He made two appearances playing different characters on the television program Adam Lopez remained a lifelong bachelor and had no children. Sources:   Most albums are on the Reprise label, unless otherwise indicated. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American singer, guitarist, and actor.
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Others Jazz. US Rap. Old School Rap. West coast Rap. By the mid-'20s, however, he was on European soil working as a drummer in French pit orchestras and dance bands, most memorably at Le Perroquet, a swank nightclub positioned above the Casino de Paris. In July the Playboys, a Chicago-style jazz band from Detroit led by violinist Fred Zierer appeared on the scene, played their scheduled engagements, and promptly ran out of money.
Rallying the players, Gluskin took them to Italy where they performed at the Hotel Excelsior Venice Lido and returned the following year with a well-organized group which became the core of the Lud Gluskin Orchestra. The band often used Jean Goldkette arrangements, which is most logical considering the fact that some of its key players had originally worked in Michigan, Goldkette 's stomping grounds.
Gluskin 's band worked constantly, providing music at the Paris Paramount Studios where American soundtracks were dubbed into French and entertaining patrons at the Casino.
When Vauchant-Arnaud left to sign on with British bandleader Jack HyltonGluskin hired Emile Christianincorporating an authentic Crescent City jazz man into the group and greatly enhancing the quality of traditional warhorses like "Tiger Rag" and "Milenberg Joys.
During they cheerfully traversed a circuit from Paris to the Riviera to Berlin, where Gluskin advertised his band's appearance at the Haus Germania by leafleting from an aeroplane. As the global economy weakened with the onset of the Great Depression and Gluskin 's Russian-Jewish ancestry barred him from bookings in Nazi Milenberg Joys - Lud Gluskin Et Son Jazz - Paris - Berlin , dwindling work opportunities caused him to dissolve his band in and return to the U.
Gluskin proceeded to form a Milenberg Joys - Lud Gluskin Et Son Jazz - Paris - Berlin society dance orchestra which was soon heard over the radio on a regular basis. In he secured a position at CBS in Hollywood as musical director. Ultimately he was able to enjoy a long and productive period of active maturity as well as a peaceful retirement.
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