"...Directed by: Maurice Hunt and Joe Johnston. Starring: Macaulay Culkin, Christopher Lloyd, Ed Begley, Mel Harris, Patrick Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg, Leonard Nimoy and Frank Welker..."
"...Directed by: Phyllida Lloyd. Starring: Meryl Streep, Jim Broadbent, Olivia Colman, Alexandra Roach, Harry Lloyd, Nicholas Farrell, Anthony Head and Richard E..."
"...It shouldn't come as any surprise that Lloyd Maines would list Jimmy Day as one of his major influences -- just about any great pedal steel guitar player would; the word "legend" may be used much too liberally these days, but Austinite Day is one of the few who truly deserves it...."
"...It’s a testament to both the enduring power of film and Chaplin’s immediate and seemingly cellular mastery of the medium that his films are currently enjoying a revival of sorts, with a new frame-by-frame remastering of Modern Times currently in theatres and a wealth of other titles given lush restorations on DVD. No other early film star has yet been accorded this fawning treatment (poor Harold Lloyd isn’t on DVD at all), and it is difficult to imagine any current actor, comic or otherwise, maintaining such a remarkable degree of fame ever again..."
"..."Oh yeah," agrees the smile on Maestro's handsome face. A smile that knows his longtime friend (and recent addition to the H&H line-up) Richard Lloyd will be out there every night electrifying not only Hancock's songs, but, more importantly, his own..."
"...TelevisionMarquee Moon (Elektra/Rhino)TelevisionAdventure (Elektra/Rhino)TelevisionLive at the Old Waldorf, San Francisco, 6/29/78 (Rhino Handmade) Television: oft referenced, seldom heard -- a critic's band if ever there was one. Led by the twin-guitar gymnastics of frontman Tom Verlaine and rhythm man Richard Lloyd, Television started New York's infamous CBGB scene in the mid-Seventies..."
"...“[CBGB owner] Hilly [Kristal] enabled us,” Television guitarist Richard Lloyd interjected. “He was a frustrated performer himself..."
"...Pete Townshend playing with Ian McLagan to honor Ronnie Lane. Ronnie Lane, the True Believers, and Richard Lloyd playing together..."
"...Not many listeners understood why a country band would do this song, but their bassist Stu Cook not only helped found Creedence Clearwater Revival, he also produced the aforementioned The Evil One. Makes perfect sense. 10) "Fire Engine," Richard Lloyd..."
"...Austin remains just one of three stateside stops for the band, its first U.S. dates since 2007, when guitarist Richard Lloyd was replaced by Jimmy Rip..."
"...• From CBGB to the World: A Downtown Diaspora, featuring former Talking Heads backline Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz, photographer Julia Gorton, Television guitarist Richard Lloyd, and musician and producer Chris Stamey News & Journalism..."
"...Small Faces/Faces great Ronnie Lane, newly moved to town, offered unprecedented star power to the show that year, though an unannounced set from Jerry Jeff Walker and David Bromberg garnered more attention. In 1988, Lane returned with the True Believers and Television guitarist Richard Lloyd..."
"...1988: Joe Ely, Timbuk3, Killer Bees, Wagoneers, True Believers with Ronnie Lane & Richard Lloyd, Grey Ghost, Darden Smith..."
"...Saturday at the 101-year-old Paramount Theatre, Terry Allen, Jo Harvey Allen, and their sons Bukka and Bale – plus at least one grandkid – held court like The Last Waltz. Lloyd Maines on guitar, Joe Ely gunning “Gimme a Ride to Heaven Boy,” Savannah Welch’s halo … Three hours never felt so monumentally Lone Star...."
"...While some will argue that this incarnation isn’t Television without Richard Lloyd, who quit in 2007, replacement Jimmy Rip has had a few years to assimilate, marking enough time in leader Tom Verlaine’s band for the chemistry to be there...."
"...There are sizable helpings of comfort food on the FFF8 buffet, from recent repeats like Slayer, the Descendents, MGMT, Thee Oh Sees, and Big Freedia to nostalgic acts including Flag and Ice-T, as well as plenty of snob-ratified reunions like Television (minus Richard Lloyd), Sparks, and Quicksand...."
"...It's Mission of Burma meets the Buzzcocks and they've had drunken threesomes on successive nights with hookers named the Jam and the Hi-Fives. Or maybe a more apt genesis would be to give Television's Richard Lloyd surf lessons 15 years back..."
"...Superchunk had the pop-punk bombast, Flat Duo Jets the surf tones, but vocalists/guitarists Dave Brylawski and Ash Bowie, plus bassist Steve Popson and original drummer Eddie Watkins, forged their own sound that seemed devoid of influence or mathematical structure. If anything, Bowie and Brylawski were Southern counterparts to Television's Richard Lloyd and Tom Verlaine...."
"...Denberg went a step further and convinced Lane to join him onstage with his band the Seven Samurai at the Continental Club, a show then-Chronicle music writer Michael Corcoran named as one of the year's best. The warm reception Lane was afforded prompted him to begin gigging around town; one of his highest-profile gigs came when he, the True Believers, and former Television guitarist Richard Lloyd burned the house down at the 1988 Austin Music Awards...."
"...Corcoran: One of the show's all-time best sets had to be the True Believers with Ronnie Lane and Richard Lloyd [1987-1988]. That's when Paul Ray was calling the True Believers assholes...."