P.J. Loui started his singing career in 1991. During his early years he performed in some of the local pubs and clubs in the Oldham and Tameside area. To promote his popularity even more, he made an appearance on the “Michael Barrymore Show – My Kind Of People” where he featured the Elvis number “If I can dream”.
The years that followed saw P.J. make many appearances in the Greater Manchester Area where his popularity grew and grew. His impeccable vocal range saw him feature a huge variation of songs from all eras to modern day such as, Elvis, Michael Buble and more notably the Stylistics and Frankie Valli. It is this latter talent that has now enabled PJ Loui to perform a tribute to Frankie Valli and the Jersey Boys.
His phenomenal vocal range enables him to tackle any kind of music and his incredible gift of being able to adapt his voice for any kind song has seen him feature more widely and his talent is recognised as far as Yorkshire, Birmingham and more recently the Wales Area. It is this extraordinary talent that has now seen him receive three Royal Command Performance Awards.
At this important point of his career, it would appear that the success of this vocally multi-award winning artist has no limits or boundaries and his popularity will surely continue to grow and grow………..