Guitar - Keyboards
Vocals - Sequencing
Writer - Arranger - Engineer
Vic Saladino, also known as "King Creole", is a well rounded and seasoned performer. Born in New Orleans, he started in the late sixties as the guitarist for the popular local band "Flavor", which toured the U.S. & Canada. Playing over 100 colleges and clubs they opened for such impressive acts as Ricky Nelson, Bobby Vinton, Chuck Berry The Coasters, The Drifters, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Ted Nuggent, just to name a few.
As one of the founders of "Creole Cookin' Band" he was involved in writing, arranging, recording and every aspect of putting together their multi-media shows that were sell outs in the New Orleans area!
Because of his bittersweet blues style he has built a local following in New Orleans as a favorite at many Mardi Gras extravaganzas where he has shared the billing with such greats as Kenny Rodgers, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, Fats Domino, Pete Fountain, and many more.
In 1990, along with his band "Hot Stuff", he moved to Las Vegas where he still resides, performing at such hotels as The Bellagio, Ceasars Palace, & The Flamingo Hilton.