Here’s a great exercise for keeping more then just your larynx in a neutral position.
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Every singer needs to vocalize, experiment and practice until they discover what works best for a performance. That doesn’t always mean the song will be comfortable – watch and find out why.
Simple tips before taking that first step on stage. An accurate mental image will help reduce stress and strain when singing high notes.
Happy 2004 everybody!! I’d like to suggest a slogan for this New Year: K.I.S.S. The acronym stands for “Keep It Simple Stupid.” It’s a great reminder for those of us who love to complicate our lives. It’s also a great way to approach the voice. Ironically, most vocal problems are the result of complications brought […]
David Bowie has a fast one. Mary J. Blige has a slow, sultry, one. Maynard James Keenan doesn’t have a trace of one. Singing with vibrato is a matter of taste. Having a choice is a matter of control. For most singers, the subtle, rhythmical movement of vibrato feels more like fate. When you want […]
You may have a great voice but that doesn’t make you a great singer. Watch and learn about the single most important thing to focus on when performing. It’s what all great singers have in common.
It made the Beatles vomit before their stadium shows. It kept Barbara Streisand from performing for over a decade. I watched it make Steven Tyler pace nervously in his dressing room before a show at the Boston Garden. From butterflies to panic attacks, stage fright is nothing more than a fear of the unknown. How […]