Top Country Songs of All Time – Four Evergreen Country Songs

Country music, with its harmonious ensemble of banjos, harmonicas, electric guitars, violins, and acoustic guitars, has captured many fans from around the world. Although it began in 1920s, the music gained its popularity during the 1940s. With many styles and sub-genres of country music nowadays, there are still many old country songs that remain close […]

The Singing Voice Visualized – Overcoming Barriers With Imagery

As an aspiring singer, if you have ever dealt with such issues as: Upon hearing your recorded voice back, think, “Eeeww, that’s not me! You go for the high/ low notes and choke You run out of energy and can’t seem to complete a phrase seamlessly You sometimes confuse ascending and descending movements of pitch […]

World Renowned Teacher of Voice, Anthony Frisell, Provides Training Manuals

Anthony Frisell, world-renowned teacher of voice for singers wishing to pursue careers in the field of international opera, has updated and reissued his three voice manuals: The Tenor Voice, The Soprano Voice and The Baritone Voice. They are intense, in depth and completely responsive to those individuals who wish beginning and advanced training for a […]

The Therapeutic Relationship Is the Most Important Ingredient in Successful Therapy

“Maybe if I have this client blink his eyes at an increased speed, while exposing him to his past, and add some cognitive behavioral therapy while sitting next to a waterfall, he may be able to function more effectively in his life!” Yes this is rather exaggerated, however it demonstrates the idea that as professionals […]

TMJ and Voice – How Jaw Problems Can Affect Vocal Ability

Your jaw movement, or lack of movement, has a significant and important effect on your voice. TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorder) is not just a jaw issue…it’s a vocal problem. First of all, the stiff jaw which accompanies TMJ will keep the soft palate from lifting. Try gritting your teeth while simultaneously attempting to lift the […]

A 21st Century Remake of "Singing in the Rain?" – An Almost Impossible Cinematic Endeavor

Last evening, I was watching, for the tenth time, the award winning musical, “Singing in the Rain,” which starred the late Gene Kelly and Donald O’Connor, and the eighty-year old Debbie Reynolds. The 1952 motion picture was nominated for 2 Oscars, won the 1953 Golden Globe, and 3 other major awards. I actually think it […]

Convenience at What Cost?

Imagine you and your family are sitting down at a restaurant. You order the establishment’s signature entrĂ©e and are treated to 1/3 pound of grade-B beef which has been fried and covered with watery ketchup, bitter mustard, and bits of what may generously be called “onions.” Surely this would be unacceptable at a quality restaurant. […]

Hard-Hitting, Unconventional Diet Advice For Singers

I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking this is going to be another one of those predictable, vanilla articles about foods you should and shouldn’t eat before singing. Boooring! The conventional advice that we singers often hear about diet goes something like this: DO: Drink Water (room temperature) Eat Fruit Eat Vegetables Do NOT Consume: […]

Efficiency Strategies For Singers – How to “Own the Phase”

In this post I am heading to converse about “owning the stage’, and it signifies just what it implies: the wonderful singer is also a wonderful performer, and the stage is her particular playground.for as lengthy as she is doing on it. Except you have a gaggle of rather dancers encompassing you, it’s just you, […]

Singing – Throat Care Recommendations – Master How to Continue to keep Your Voice in Prime Condition

The affliction of a singer’s throat is paramount. Whether you are a singer, or just learning to sing, you want to take superior treatment of your throat. Adhere to my valuable guidelines and study how to hold your voice in prime form. Prevention Tons of drinking water is usually superior setting up stage in superior […]

Reserve Summary – The ABC’s of Setting up a Company Crew That Wins – Composed by Blair Singer

This e-book is element of the Wealthy Father Advisor household. Becoming able to develop a productive crew is a sought soon after talent. Assume about your preferred skilled, university or Olympic sporting crew. I wager hardcore football fans can notify you which teams gained just about every Tremendous bowl. Can they notify you who arrived […]