Singer’s Spotlight

Todd Honeycutt

Todd Honeycutt

Todd Honeycutt, Tenor, Originally from Birmingham, AL, Todd moved to Los Angeles from Atlanta, GA in 2008.  After performing there in numerous musical theatre productions, variety shows and the dance band Atlanta Beat, Todd had the great privilege to sing backup vocals on the Elton John album Peachtree Road in 2004, which subsequently resulted in touring Europe and the U.S. with him in 2005.  After moving to Los Angeles, his aspirations of becoming a session singer led to him singing on many major motion picture scores and other recordings.  This year, Todd begins his fifth year with the Los Angeles Master Chorale and he is also a member of the Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons tribute show “Oh What A Night!”


Jennifer Haydn-Jones

Jennifer Haydn-Jones grew up in southern California and completed her degree in vocal performance and music history at Loyola Marymount University. She performs on a wide variety of projects in Los Angeles and sings with a number of choral ensembles in the area. Jennifer has performed with the Los Angeles Master Chorale and Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and at Walt Disney Concert Hall under the direction of Gustavo Dudamel. She has also performed with Jacaranda, Pasadena Master Chorale, and has sung with Los Robles Master Chorale for the last three years under the direction of Lesley Leighton. Jennifer’s vocals can be heard in the choruses of several films including Big Hero 6, Frozen, Godzilla, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Hangover Part III and Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters. Television appearances include backup for Florence and the Machine on The Voice, Vampire Diaries, and Shameless.


Gerald White

Gerald White, Tenor, is a prolific singer/songwriter, accomplished pianist and teacher based in Los Angeles, CA. His BA degree in piano and Masters Certificate in jazz and commercial music has allowed him additional tools to assist in his vocal career as a session singer and teacher. As a vocalist, Gerald won both classical and broadway divisions in State Competition and was a finalist for National Piano Competition Estes Park.  His session work as a vocalist has allowed him to sing on over 100 film, t.v. and commercial products including The Voice, The Academy Awards, League Of Legends, GLEE, Family Guy, Avatar and more.  He runs a vocal where he helps singers develop their craft and gain vocal freedom and flexibility.


Michael Kohl

Michael Kohl , Tenor, is a studio singer, touring guitarist and professional writer/arranger based out of Los Angeles. For the past decade the Milwaukee, WI native has had the honor of performing professionally at concert venues on six continents as well as in-session with the likes of Danny Elfman and Beck, and has sung for everyone from Kurt Elling and Simon Cowell to Kobe Bryant and Bill Maher. Equally prolific as a writer, Michael’s vocal arrangements have earned national acclaim in jingle contests for Oreo, Folgers Coffee and Chili’s as well as the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA). In addition to studio work and live gigs Michael also tours the U.S. with his original band Cloudwalkers, a modern acoustic Beatles featuring soaring four-part harmonies


Elyse Willis

Elyse Willis, soprano, is a freelance musician in Los Angeles. Elyse is a proud member of the Los Angeles Master Chorale and Chamber Choir, where she performs regularly with the L. A. Philharmonic. Elyse also sings with the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Jouyssance Early Music Ensemble, vocal jazz quintet Pacific Swingline, the Los Angeles Operetta Project, and is the cantor for Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Koreatown.

Elyse is also an active session vocalist. Recent film credits include Big Hero 6, Godzilla, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Wreck-It Ralph, Smurfs (1 and 2), and Muppets…Most Wanted!; TV credits include Gravity Falls, Jake and the Neverland Pirates, Shameless, Mickey Mouse Shorts, and the new upcoming ABC series, Galavant. In addition, Elyse acts as vocal contractor for Disney’s Mickey Mouse Shorts and The Lion Guard, a new animated Lion King spin-off series premiering in early 2016.


Baraka May

Baraka May, Alto, is a studio singer, performer, and song-writer in Los Angeles. A tried and true artist, Baraka pours her heart and soul into every note she sings. She works to deliver fresh, innovative interpretations of each style and go above and beyond expectations. S

She has served as musical director and section leader in many professional settings and is often called to sing multiple parts (Alto II to Soprano I).Film credits include Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Star Trek Into Darkness, Muppets Most Wanted, The Lorax, Oz the Great and Powerful, Rio 2.  TV credits include The Voice, The Queen Latifa Show, Oprah, Da Vinci’s Demons, About a Boy, The Tonight Show.


Michael McClish

Michael, Bass,  is a native of California and received most of his formal musical training at Cal-State University, Northridge. As an operatic baritone he sang lead and supporting roles with companies such as Virginia Opera, Michigan Opera, and Lake George Opera. In Los Angeles, he has been a part of the choral/classical music scene for over forty years. He has sung with the LA Master Chorale, Pacific Chorale, and several other choral societies, churches, and synagogues in the Los Angeles area. Michael is also one of the original members of, and has seen grow from a single quartet to the large family of singers it is today. Tandem to his singing pursuits, Michael taught thirty years with LA Unified School District. located at , , . Reviewed by 86 Clients rated: 5 / 5