Elaine Tuttle is a professional singer & vocal coach. Before joining the Route 80's band, Elaine has performed in no less than 15 different ensembles in NY, NJ, CT, and PA, and occasionally for month-long stints in New Orleans. Elaine recently headlined the Bergen PAC in Englewood, NJ and Levittown Pavilion Steel Stacks in Bethlehem, PA to a crowd of 4K with her Journey tribute band Frontiers, she headlined with Girls Girls Girls (all girl Motely Crue tribute) at a packed Gramercy Theatre in NYC, and performed with her Dio era Black Sabbath tribute band Bible Black NYC at Slake concert hall in NYC for the Global Black Sabbath Convention.

She is an extremely versatile vocalist that sings classical, ethnic, metal, hard rock, blues, jazz, pop, r&b, funk, and on and on. Elaine has performed at world class Lincoln Center and at Carnegie Hall multiple times each, recently performing Brahms' Requiem twice in the last 6 years and played the lead female role with Porphyra in Porphyra: A Grecian Rock Opera at Carnegie - the first and still only rock opera performed there.  That was her 9th performance at Carnegie Hall.

Elaine has opened for UFO, Joe Lynn Turner (Deep Purple, Rainbow), Joey Belladona of Anthrax, W.A.S.P., Missing Persons and others with her original band Infernophonic, who released a critically acclaimed CD called Spark it Up in 2008.

She now fronts the tri-State areas most popular 80's tribute band, Route 80's.