Introducing Elsie Lovelock; A Vocalist with Grace and Range!

Elsie Lovelock is an English singer-songwriter and voice actress with a voice that rises above the rest. Lovelock built her fanbase on Youtube with her covers of various amazing musicals. In particular, her popular songs include “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” from Cats Don’t Dance (1997), with over 39 million views. Another impressive cover is her cover of Frozen‘s “Do You Wanna Build a Snowman,” originally performed by Kristen Bell.

Fun Fact: Elsie Lovelock isn’t just a musician but also a voice actor. She’s been the voice of many characters in video games such as Heroes: Clash of Kings (2017) and My Time at Portia (2018).

 

With a long history of musical and artistic education, her talent is hard-earned. Her resume as a vocalist is impressive. Starting at the age of 16, she’s been acting as a vocalist with experience as a singer and voice actor in musical theatre productions and shows, both professional and amateur. You’ve heard her in countless video games, animations, soundtracks, albums and projects throughout her career. She has voiced in numerous video games as Death Battle, Attack of the Cyber Octopuses, Wargroove, Starstruck,  HuniePop 2,  Seven Districts of Sin: The Tail Makes The Fox, Infinite Adventures, and Fallout 4: WRVR.

Her experience is extensive, with performances within the Glyndebourne Opera House, the Dominion Theatre in London, as Lead singer for Fusion Orchestra 2, Been in local productions of Avenue Q, Love Story, Titanic: The Musical and Urinetown by Brighton Theatre Group and Brighton Little Theatre productions. Her voice has been described as “Emotive”, “extremely versatile” and “Dynamic”!

Here are some of Switching Style’s favourites of Elsie Lovelock!!

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