Lonnie Follette

He has caught the English singer's difficult tones and accent more nearly perfectly than many of the older women impersonators who have attempted to "do” her.
As Vesta Tilley singing “Lovers Lane,” Mr. Follette made an excellent impression at the opening. He followed this by impersonations of Eddy Foy and Vesta Victoria, both first class, that of Miss Victoria exceptionally so considering the boy's age.
The finish with a dance might better be dropped, as it detracts from the tone of the act. Owing to the lateness of the hour at which he appeared Master Follette could not present his full repertoire, but what he did was well received. He gives large promise, which study will realize.
Variety 6:2 (06/08/1907)