He swept Angelina Jolie off her feet. He impressed Miami Vice star Don Johnson so much, that he booked an entire night club to hear him sing.
Lou Jordan the king of all Elvis tributes, is very much alive and well and bigger than ever. All over London his following grows as he entertains at exclusive parties and events and in elite restaurants.
The first thing you notice about Lou is that he is not one of your average saloon bar Elvis Tribute acts. There are no cheap polyester suits, no tinny sound systems. This man is a true pro.
When NBC were looking for someone to perform the song 'A Little Less Conversation' for their news story on Elvis' 18th Number One they chose Lou. His performance was then shown on national television across America.
He has even performed for Harvey Keitel and "I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here", winner and England cricket hero Phil Tufnell at his benefit fund. His voice has been heard on Capital Radio and Radio One while Mickey Rourke, Hugh Grant, Roger Daltrey, Joan Collins, Michael Bolton, Patrick Swayze, Peter Kay, Robin Gibb, Jerry Springer and Gary Linkeker are but a few of the celebrties who have been entertained by Lou.
No-one is better at working an audience. Within seconds of the first few beats of Viva Las Vegas, the chat stops, the crowd gets to its feet and the dance floor is soon packed out. Its utterly addictive.
Lou says "There's nothing quite like seeing people out there having fun" and the size of the crowd is testament to that as he knocks them out like the King himself. From his dramatic entrance to the finale with American Trilogy, Lou celebrates all that you would want to remember in a fitting tribute to the King.
His show is stomach-tightening excitement. For every quiet moment of melancholy there is a rip roaring rock to set the audience alight.
Lou may not be the King, but he is a prince among Elvis Impersonators