Born and raised in Cornwall, Lloyd started singing at a very young age, at Music Festivals as well as in church and school choirs, becoming known as “Cornwall’s Boy Soprano”. He recorded his first album at the age of 9.
Lloyd studied Law at Canterbury University, though it was singing and performances with the musical theatre society that would lead to a career in the West End and a successful recording career.
Lloyd is one of the founding members of The Charity Singers. At Brick Lane Music Hall, Lloyd has appeared in various shows, including There’ll Always Be An England, a Wartime Music Hall Show and our tribute to the Musicals, Showtime!