I think Liberace would have loved Facebook. He truly appreciated his fans. He never threw away a fan letter. His former business office now owned by a private collector in Los Angeles has every fan letter he ever received. If he were alive today I think Lee would have been among the performers who hire full time social media staff to keep close contact with the fans.

Today Las Vegas chatter mentioned that the Liberace Foundation has a Facebook page. It appears to be new and with only 48 friends as of the time I am writing this article it could sure use some more support. This however is not the only Liberace themed Facebook page so below I have listed some of my favorites you may just want to take a visit and perhaps even LIKE.

The Liberace Foundation Page – This is the official page of the Liberace Foundation for the performing arts. Get the official word on what is happening with the foundation.

Liberace: This is a knowledge base page that shows articles about Liberace that post onto Facebook from any member of the group. 2700+ members makes it the most popular Liberace Facebook page.


The Liberace Puppet Page: The puppet from Vegas the show and other magic events from Joseph Gabriel tells you where you can find him.

A Liberace Christmas Page: Though inactive this page does have cute Liberace Christmas memories

Martin Preston as Liberace: This is a Liberace tribute artist whom resembles Lee so much that even the national media  has used his picture by accident for stories about Liberace. Follow this page to find out when he will be coming to your town.

Show the Liberace Collection at MoMa: Liberace’s collection should go for a spin at the Museum of Modern Art – connect here to see what you can do to help.