Toxic Audio can be an a cappella quintet — comprising Jeremy James, Shalisa James, Michelle Mailhot-Valines, Rene Ruiz, and Paul Sperrazza — that got its start at the 1998 Orlando International Fringe Festival. The look of them in the festival resulted in employment with Disney/MGM Studios, where they performed six displays a day for any year. These were the nationwide champions in the 2000 Country wide Tranquility Sweepstakes. They documented and self-released some albums which they offered at their displays and on the site, www.toxicaudio.com: Toxic Sound, Captive Target audience, and Chemistry. Chemistry received the honor for Greatest Pop/Rock Recording of the entire year in the 2003 Modern A Cappella Documenting Awards. Toxic Sound opened like a theatrical take action with their display, Toxic Sound, off-Broadway in the John Houseman Theater in NEW YORK on Apr 18, 2004. The display ran through Oct 31, earning a Drama Table Award for Unique Theatrical Encounter. The group after that authorized to DRG Information and assembled Person to person, a compilation of the earlier recordings with four recently recorded tracks, that was released in March 2005.