Stage Performance Tips for Singers
10 killer stage performance tips for singers. How to look confident, interact with the audience and lead your band in a professional way.
How to Find Your Singing Style
How To Find Your Singing StyleWhen you first start out singing, quite often...
How To Transpose Music Easily
Use this nifty trick to Transpose Music in under five minutes. This makes transposing quick and super easy!
Are You Getting the RIGHT Gigs for your Music Career?
Are you getting the RIGHT gigs for your music career? Today we break down the four types of gigs and how they can help you get to where you want to be.
How to Learn New Songs and Make Them Your Own
How to learn new songs fast and sing them your way in today’s tutorial. 5 steps to help to you make songs sound like your own.
Find Your Niche and Stand Out From Other Singers
How to find your niche as a singer and stand out from other singers in your local area or musical genre. Three easy strategies!
Build a sexy, sultry, soulful voice in six weeks.
How to stand out as a singer
Three simple strategies to help you stand out as a singer and make your mark on the music scene in your area.
Do You Have To Move To Make It In Music?
Q: Do I have to move city/country to make it in music? A: I moved from Australia to London for my music. Watch the vid to see my thoughts on whether you REALLY have to move or not.
Music Equipment All Singers Need To Gig
The lowdown on the equipment you will definitely need to get started as a singer and want to start doing cafe/ restaurant/ corporate type gigs.
How To Make Money From Singing (Without having a huge following)
How to make money from singing (and we’re talking performing on stage), even if you don’t have a huge following.
How To Break Through A Plateau (and get to the next level)
3 steps to help you break through a plateau and get to the next level with your singing, whether you’re just starting out or further along in your career.
How To Captivate Your Audience, If It’s Just You On Stage
Discover how to captivate your audience and keep them hanging on your every note, even if its just you, a mic and a glaring spotlight…