the sound collage


What is The Sound Collage, exactly? Let's start with "The Sound." Everything you hear is being created by the human voice. There are no instruments being used. Simple and clean. But TSC takes this concept a bit further in its execution of the A cappella approach - which brings us to the "Collage."

Layers and Loops. Much like an actual collage, the music of TSC is comprised of many overlapping layers of well-known songs, all carefully coordinated to fit together perfectly. From classic to current, TSC interweaves its musical selections with a high level of vocal mastery. TSC also makes use of the concept of "vocal looping," done by Joshua Danger. Using technology, he creates a vocal beat, which is then set to "loop," much like the drums of any track you may hear on the radio. From there, more loops and layers are created, giving the foundation over which TSC sings. The effect is intriguing, as the sound builds before you very eyes and ears. There is a beautifully orchestrated spontaneity to the sound, and each performance is unique.



Los Angeles native, Elyse, has been singing, recording and performing since the tender age of 15 - which could be a reason why she's the vocally versatile sexy beast she is today. One part Jazzer, two parts Rockstar, Elyse has taken Vegas by the horns and wrestled it to ground. She's been seen in Peepshow, Legends in Concert, and Hitzville the Show.


Some people are just born with it. Savannah is one such example. She comes from a long family line of musicians and performers, which is immediately evident the second she sings. And if it weren't for her vocal prowess, one might think she belongs on the runway. Originally from Dallas, the now Vegas-based phenom got her master’s degree from UNLV, where she quickly proceeded to master Vegas itself. You've seen her in numerous shows, including Planet Hollywood's "Vegas! The Show!" and Pin-up at the Stratosphere.


Shannon’s sultry, classic vocal delivery will give anyone The Fever, because it just gets Too Darn Hot once the Black Velvet hair starts to Sway. The Floridian used to be a Little Mermaid once upon a time, but decide to use her Beauty (and the Beast) in other ways. Yes indeed, this princess was a star for just about every show at Walt Disney World, and was also a favorite for Tokyo Disney and Hong Kong Disney before taking on Vegas.


Joshua has worked with the likes of Prince, Jay Leno and The Black-eyed Peas, and his work has been used for such moguls as America's Got Talent, MTV, CBS, McDonalds, Coca-Cola, Warner Brothers and Walt Disney World. Whether making house-beats or house-dressing, Joshua Danger has a style all his own. The Sound Collage, his newest brainchild, is based off the concept of looping and layering. "Y'all better listen and watch carefully or you just might miss it!"


The Sound Collage can perform for private parties, events, nightclubs, weddings and conventions.