• Victoria just completed her record "Nowhere To Be" with multiple Grammy winning producer
Kirk Yano (Phoebe Snow, Savoy Brown, Mariah Carey, Public Enemy, Tedeschi Trucks Band...)
Featuring Neal Evans (Soulive, & Lettuce), Steve Holley (Paul McCartney/Wings, Ian Hunter, Joe Cocker) Tommy Mandel (Bryan Adams, Dire Straits, Cyndi Lauper, B52's) & Beki Brindle (Gracepool, Jerry Lee Lewis, Yank Rachell)
• Victoria's music will be featured in a worldwide TV commercial! Check back for more details on this exciting news!
• Victoria's song "Gimme" was featured in the film "Whisper Me A Lullaby" staring John Heard, Christina Vinsick, & Tika Sumpter. The song is co-written by Victoria, P-Funk's Clip Payne & Ted Or
• Victoria was cast in the music video "Any ther Way" for the legendary rock band The Zombies, featured in Rollingstone.com
During the early 2000s, and her early punk roots in the band Ari-Up of famed girl group “The Slits” Victoria co-wrote Don’t Say Nothing with Ari the winning entry for The Village Voice 9-11 Songwriting Contest.
Later, touring as a member of Slick Idiot, featuring En Esch & Guenter Shulz of KMFDM. Victoria was featured as singer and writer on their album Xcrewciating.
Victoria has shared the stage with/opened for include:
Beki Brindle (Grace Pool), John Sebastian, Walter Egan, The Blues Magoos, The Zombies, Gene Cornish (The Rascals), Tommy James (Tommy James and the Shondells), Dennis Ferrante, Alan Merrill (Arrows), Jon Paris, Amy Madden, Steve Holley(Wings/Ian Hunter), P-Funk, Gary U.S. Bonds, Lenny Kaye (Patti Smith), Patti Rothberg, Jeff Foskett (Beach Boys), Ari Forster (The Slits) En Esch & Gunter Shulz(KMFDM)
Some sample venues Victoria has performed at include:
(New York) - The Cutting Room, Hard Rock Cafe, Irving Plaza, Highline Ballroom, BB Kings, CBGB's, Ottos Shrunken Head, Red Lion, Water Street Music Hall. (Woodstock) Harmony Cafe, Joyous Lake, Tinker Street Cafe. (Los Angeles) - Stevie's Creole Cafe, The Jester Room, Bar Sinister. (Chicago) The Abbey Pub, The Odeum Expo Center. (London) The Golden Lion