Little Victor (a.k.a The Beale Street Blues Bopper) is a multiple award-winning musician and producer, famous for the quality of his shows and the outstanding artistic quality of his records and productions. He’s an exemplary keeper of the flame. His joyous showmanship and larger than life personality has made him a popular international festival attraction for more than decades.
The Los Angeles Times called Little Victor “an untamed maverick whose raw, primitive sounds are the utter antithesis of the contemporary blues model. He has recorded for Wild Records, Witchcraft, Bluestown, El Toro, Ruf Records, and many other labels, before signing with the Rockstar Records UK/ Rhythm Bomb group and releasing his new album "Deluxe Lo-Fi" last summer, acclaimed on both sides of the Atlantic.
He learned guitar in Memphis Tennessee from legendary Uncle Ben Perry, the “King” of Beale Street -where Victor got what he calls his blues master's degree. That’s why he’s often referred to as “The Beale Street Blues Bopper.” He played/recorded/toured with the likes of Robert Belfour, RL Burnside, Hubert Sumlin, Tav Falco’s Panther Burns, Harpdog Brown, Bob Corritore, Rusty Zinn, Charlie Musselwhite, Kim Wilson, Big Jon Atkinson, David Maxwell, and other great musicians and music legends.
He “struck gold” when he hired his blues hero Louisiana Red to front his “Little Victor’s Juke Joint”. The two albums they did together are regarded as “classic” records and two of the best old-school blues albums of the 21st Century. Little Victor won the equivalent of a Grammy in France (Grand Prix du Disque) the “German Record Critic’s Award” in Germany and a “JIMI Award” in the States. He also earned two “Blues Music Awards” nominations (best blues album/ best traditional blues album) in the States. he was nominated at the “Maple Blues Awards” in Canada (Recording / Producer of the Year) in 2016 and he won a "Blues Lounge Awards" in the UK (Album of the Year) in 2018. The swamp-tonk sounds of Little Victor are known from the Rio Grande to the Danube and back again. He turns every venue he plays turns into a Mississippi Juke Joint.