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Handicaps? Hardly, more like handicapable. These performers still make great music even if they are missing one of the senses or a body part.

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Entries Beginning with L

Lady Gaga: Fibromyalgia
She’s one of the 14 million Americans to have the chronic pain condition, even though doctors don’t know what caused it.
Larry Carlton: Nerve damage that resulted from a shooting
The jazz guitarist also lost one of his vocal cords and feared for his career. Luckily, he is still playing today.
Lance Crackers
LaToya Jackson: Vitiligo
Vitiligo is disease, which causes the skin lose pigment. Her grandfather had the same disease as does his brother Michael
Susanna Viljanen
Leadbelly: ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease)
LeAnn Rimes: Psoriasis
It's a chronic and apparently very painful skin disease.
Les Paul: Arthritis
While typing this (2009), Les Paul - the designer of eponymous guitar - is over 90. Arthritis has rendered all but two fingers of his right hand. Still he performs regularly.
Susanna Viljanen
Lewis Capaldi: Tourette syndrome
It's a neurological condition that causes involuntary tics, and I don't know enough about it to say anything else.
Liza Minnelli: Scoliosis
Where her mother, Judy Garland, is only suspected of having had it, Liza Minnelli is known to have scoliosis. It forces her to move in certain ways on stage so she can breathe properly.
Parker Gabriel
Lou Gramm: Brain Tumors
Right near the cerebellum. Lou had surgery for removal and it was successful. The band Foreigner released a hits compilation in 2002 and the liner notes mentioned a charity for this problem.
Dirty White Boy
Beethoven became deaf when he was young. In spite of his deafness, he still kept on composing music.
He went deaf toward the end of his life; when he composed his 9th symphony, he was completely deaf!
Sweet Anne

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