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5 Things That Singers Should Never Do on Stage

Ready to hit the stage? Read on as Saint Augustine, FL teacher Heather L. reviews 5 rookie mistakes you should avoid during your next performance... Singing on stage and in front of an audience is really special. Some estimate that only two percent of the world's population will ever sing on stage by themselves. Maybe that has something to do with the fact that it comes with its own unique set of challenges. Those challenges can seem bigger than our confidence performing. Perhaps the easi … Read More
5 Things That Singers Should Never Do on Stage
Ready to hit the stage? Read on as Saint Augustine, FL teacher Heather L. reviews 5 rookie mistakes you should avoid during your next performance... Singing on stage and in front of an audience is really special. Some estimate that only two percent of the world's population will ever sing on stage by themselves. Maybe that has something to do with the fact that it comes with its own unique set of challenges. Those challenges can seem bigger than our confidence performing. Perhaps the easi
15 Unique Struggles All Triple Threats Can Relate To
Do you consider yourself a "triple threat"? If so, you'll find these 15 struggles -- rounded up by Fayetteville, GA voice teacher Alexandra R. -- all too familiar...    The stars have aligned and that dream to be on Broadway, to be a superstar, to be unstoppable is just at your fingertips. The auditions and opportunities of a lifetime are waiting for you on the horizon. You walk through the door of that audition room and you know you’re the one they’ve been looking for... but we all h
Think You Have a Bad Singing Voice? Here's the Truth
Are you worried that you're bad at singing? If you truly love to sing, you may be worrying for the wrong reason. Find out why in this guest post by Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R...   This article was inspired by the many voice students who insult their own voices. Comments like, “I want to learn how to sing, but I have a terrible voice,” or “I’m bad at singing and I hate my voice” exasperate me. You might think you have a bad voice, but your voice is probably perfectly fine
15 Fantastic Jazz Songs for Female Vocalists
When it comes to jazz, incredible female singers are not hard to find. Here, vocal instructor Molly R. lists some of the top popular jazz songs that are sure to get your foot tapping and your soul singing...   As a voice teacher, one of the genres I am consistently suggesting that students give a try is jazz singing. Why? A few reasons! One reason is that learning a jazz standard really helps you get stronger with your vocal phrasing. It's also great for singers because it allows
Why Your Daughter Shouldn’t Sing (ONLY) Taylor Swift Music
Is your daughter begging you for voice lessons, so she can learn to sing just like Taylor Swift? Awesome! But she also shouldn’t be limiting herself to the pop-country crooner. Read on as Nashville teacher Heather E. explains why… Lets get this straight right off the bat - I don’t hate Taylor Swift.  I think she’s a great performer, a great businesswoman, and her early songs (the ones she wrote herself) are pretty good.  If your daughter is looking for a role model, TSwift’s story of stardom wi

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