Mosaic is an instrument-free, all vocals group that blends elements of funk, jazz, hip-hop and opera, whose entire show is produced vocally.
Put Rahzel, Beck, Frank Sinatra and Take 6 in a blender and hit puree - yeah, that's kinda what it's like. The vocal collaboration Mosaic is taking music to a whole new level - and in ways you might not expect. Merging style with state-of-the-art technology, Mosaic will leave you scratching your head wondering where the "band" is.
Why? Mosaic uses no instruments. Every sound you hear is produced by the human voice. Now, you won't believe this at first, but then slowly you will realize that, sure enough, every single sound you are hearing - from the funky bass lines to the drum and bass grooves to the distortion of the guitar - is being vocally produced. "You won't believe what comes out of our mouths!" They currently perform with George Wallace in the Flamingo Showroom in Las Vegas. In singing together for the better part of three years, Mosaic has impressed audiences throughout the nation and abroad - from the most underground club scene to packed arenas.
They've shared the stage with such acts as Prince, Marc Broussard, the Pussycat Dolls, Chris Rock, Il Divo, Sante Fe, and Jay Leno to name a few. Mixing elements of funk, jazz, hip hop and even opera, Mosaic has created a sound all its own. Hailing from Orlando, the boy band capital of the universe, they have spelled out exactly what they would like the public to know they are not.
Mosaic performs regularly with comedian George Wallace at the Flamingo Las Vegas and was recently crowned winner of CBS’ “The Early Show” search for The Next Great A Capella Group. More information on Mosaic can be found at www.MosaicBand.com.