Jonathan Roxmouth in Phantom

StephanCasey
Stand-by
joined:6/22/14
Jonathan Roxmouth in Phantom
Posted: 7/2/14 at 03:02pm
Just curious to hear what you guys think of the South African Phantom.

He performed in South Africa and then toured in the Philippines.
Jonathan Roxmouth - Music Of The Night
Elfuhbuh
Understudy
joined:3/23/14
Jonathan Roxmouth in Phantom
Posted: 7/2/14 at 10:12pm
Amazing. My ears are melting just listening to this. Thanks for sharing!
StephanCasey
Stand-by
joined:6/22/14
Jonathan Roxmouth in Phantom
Posted: 7/3/14 at 05:44am
Pleasure :) I've just heard from a lot of people that he may be one of the best phantoms in the world. I just wanted your opinions.

Just an extra note. Jonathan Roxmouth hasn't had any formal training either so don't play that card with Ramin and co.
Mister Matt
Broadway Legend
joined:5/17/03
Jonathan Roxmouth in Phantom
Posted: 7/3/14 at 12:28pm
so don't play that card with Ramin and co

Huh?
"What can you expect from a bunch of seitan worshippers?" - Reginald Tresilian
StephanCasey
Stand-by
joined:6/22/14
Jonathan Roxmouth in Phantom
Posted: 7/5/14 at 07:13am
Oh. I've just heard some people say. Jonathan was the best Phantom but it isn't fair because Ramin had no formal training. Then I'm just like the only training Jonathan has was 5 years in his high school musical
AHLiebross
Stand-by
joined:10/22/13
Jonathan Roxmouth in Phantom
Posted: 7/6/14 at 02:17am
Wow! What a voice! I prefer deeper voices for the Phantom. Jonathan Roxmouth qualifies, as does Norm Lewis.

When MOTN is done right, it exudes sexiness. It has to be slow and sensual. The speeded up versions don't cut it (e.g., Michael Crawford's version on the original concept album and Ramin Karimloo's version on his debut solo album. Jonathan Roxmouth gets it right.

What a problematic name for a singer, however.
Audrey, the Phantom Phanatic, who nonetheless would rather be Jean Valjean, who knew how to make lemonade out of lemons.