French Soulstress Lou Lou White lives in the U.S., in the city of Las Vegas. She grew up in France and studied performing arts in Paris, at Le Conservatoire du IXe arrondissement.
True to her influences, she is nevertheless a well-established young woman in her generation, with an undeniable talent. She can revisit her “old school” classic to modernize it in a completely new and unique way: a mixture of jazz, funk just tinged trip-hop, sensuous and radiant – proof that she knows how to respectfully renew the pure rhythm and blues!
In May 2011, on Le Palace’s stage, a legendary Parisian theater, Lou Lou performed before 850 people to a standing ovation. She won the interest and recognition of the French audience, as well as the press’, that compared her to Joss Stone; she seems like an old black soul trapped in a white body and Vegas Rocks! Magazine describes her presence as “a spotlight shining out of the stage-just mesmerizing”.
In 2013, Lou Lou performed at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, with Chandler Judkins as musical director (Frankie Moreno), as well as the Las Vegas Country Club, The Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino, The House of Blues, Mandalay Bay, Club Fortune Casino, Boulder dam Brewing, The Bootlegger, Gold Mine tavern, The Palazzo…
She also performed in many other countries, such as Panama, and even in Pondicherry, India last October.