Tribute and Variety
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#1 AUDIENCE RECOMMENDED SHOW - WALL STREET JOURNAL
VOX Audio (formerly Toxic Audio) features the varied talents of five unique world-class vocalists who use no instruments other than the human voice to create complex sonic textures, rhythmic drumbeats, thumping bass lines and searing guitar-like solos. The interactive show combines tight harmonies, improv comedy, vocal sound effects and unique visuals. Vox Audio has been described as "a musical experience unlike any other."
FAST-PACED COMEDY-FILLED PRODUCTION
Rated the #1 Audience Recommended Show in the Wall Street Journal Zagat Theatre Survey, Vox Audio showcased their unique vocal, comedic and improvisational skills for a seven-month off-Broadway run. Within the first two months, the show had won the 2004 Drama Desk Award for the most "Unique Theatrical Experience in America." They have since performed at Gracie Mansion, Shea Stadium, the Tribeca Film Festival and many others. In early 2005, Toxic Audio released their fourth CD "Word of Mouth," a compilation of recordings from their first three CDs including "Chemistry;" 2003ís Album of the Year winner for Best Contemporary A Cappella Recording in America.
Itís difficult to define the groupís musical style. Their repertoire is an eclectic mix of almost every musical style including contemporary pop songs, timeless classics, jazz-scat, hip-hop, country and vocally orchestrated original compositions. In their live shows, music lovers can expect to hear Toxic Audioís unique take on songs such as Route 66, Put the Lime In the Coconut, Autumn Leaves, a "thrilling" Michael Jackson medley, A Little Less Conversation, Stand By Me, Turn the Beat Around and even the Muppetís familiar Ma Na Ma Na tune.
A vocal "tribute" to the Sound Guy (John Valines, husband of the soprano-voiced Michelle Mailhot-Valines) is well deserved, as that "guy" plays an integral part in enhancing the work done by the singers. There is also some clever audience participation involving, in separate numbers, a record player, a TV remote control and lyric cue cards. The participants are willing "victims" and everyone has a good time.