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November 28, 2016

Let’s Talk About Garth Brooks

After a period of dormancy, Garth Brooks, one of America’s most loved sons, has been in the news more often of late. From new album talks and tour dates after being in retirement for 13 years, to releasing new music and appearing on several popular shows, Brooks has been slowly easing back into the spotlight.
Singers
November 8, 2016

Singers: How to Give a Good Interview

First impression matters… a lot. What someone thinks about you the moment they set their eyes on you goes a long way in determining how they respond to you and how they treat you. Same thing can be said for how you present yourself when giving an interview. As a singer you want to make sure that you nail that interview. Why?
Singers
October 24, 2016

Singers: How to Promote Your Music Without Spending Big

Guest post by Uche. Uche is a passionate singer and a blogger at www.welovesinging.com. "people tend to see marketing and promotion as something that requires big bucks and a large team to implement. Well, I am here to tell you that’s not the case."
Singers
August 22, 2016

How to Sing Like Another Singer

While developing your own sound is important, singing like another singer comes with its own benefits, especially early in your career. Learning to sing like another artist can be a true testament to your actual vocal ability – just check out Jimmy Fallon’s Wheel of Musical Impressions.
Singers
July 28, 2016

Do You Sing Like You Speak?

Singing and speaking are often viewed as two completely different vocal activities. For one, singing is considered to be more melodic and beautiful to listen to, at least when done right. Despite that view, speech-level singing is a popular technique employed by many in the voice training business.
Singers
July 19, 2016

5 Facts About Bernadette Peters’ Singing Career

Peters has entertained many audiences, not just as an actress, but also as a singer. Nicknamed the “Queen of Broadway,” Peters’ was seemingly born with numerous artistic talents and has excelled tremendously as a singer. Here are five facts you probably don’t know about her singing career.
Singers
June 3, 2016

How to Learn to Sing and Play the Guitar Simultaneously in 4 Steps

Being able to sing and play the guitar at the same time is a fine art that many upcoming songwriters have struggled with. The good news is, as many popular musicians, such as Tracy Chapman and Eric Clapton have proven, it’s not impossible.
Singers
May 19, 2016

So Long Prince, You Genius! 4 Things to Learn From This Great Artist 


He had it all: vision, uniqueness, talent and charisma. With more than 15 albums, he is one of the most legendary and revolutionary singer the music industry has ever witnessed. He inspired others, was an icon, idol and most certainly a unique master mind.
Singers
June 14, 2016

4 Stupendous Ways To Improve Your Stage Presence

Are you a great performer? Based on your last performance, do you think your audience was interested and engaged? Whatever the case, you can always get better. Here are four exciting ways you can improve your stage presence.
Singers
March 14, 2016

Learn How To Sing Better With These 6 Tips For Vocalists

Learning how to sing better begins with acknowledging the fact that each and every one of us has a unique and special sound. We cannot expect to perfectly replicate any of our favorite singing artists. Rightfully, we shouldn't want to.
Singers
February 15, 2016

5 Gifted Female Singers Born In London In The 80s

Can you name five absolutely talented female singers? What about those from London? Can you name five that were born in the 1980s? Surprisingly, there are a lot of gifted, London-born female singers. And the best part? Many of these talented ladies are quite popular around the world. Let's take a quick look at five.
Singers
January 10, 2016

Singer and Band Demo: A Musician’s Voice Goes Far Beyond Vocals

You have a voice and you want to be heard. A musician’s voice goes far beyond vocals. Your voice is how you express who you are, whether that is through your mouth, your strings, your keys, or your snares.
Singers
November 9, 2015

3 Singing Weapons Certified By Lead Singers

Polishing your singing skills a little can go a long way. Your voice is a gift that you need to embellish if you want to boost your singing career – grandly.
Singers
August 19, 2015

How to Find Your Rap Style?

Whenever you want to get into some form of the arts, the most important thing to do is to find your own style. Your own style is what makes you distinct from everyone else, and helps make you memorable and uniquely you.
Singers
July 3, 2015

How to Get Into Session Singing

Do you wish to have a musical career? We all know just how hard it is to become a singer these days. It takes years and years of doing small jobs until someone notices you. And even if you make it, no one guarantees you’re going to stay there too long.
Singers
January 16, 2016

5 Ways to Improve Your Vocal Strength

Want to sing, or speak, with outstanding volume and power? Well, you have to improve your vocal strength. Since, without them, it would be immensely tough for you to dominate those songs which are strong and soulful, and have challenging notes.
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