Try this super easy improvising technique with me in this fun sing-along singing lesson. Its like a beginner’s 101 to improvising.
Here are the four WORST singing habits that beginner singers sometimes fall into. Learn how to avoid these bad singing habits in today’s tutorial.
Four beginner scales for singers that you need to know. Commonly found in music, these scales will help your intonation, improvisation and musical knowledge.
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Three song delivery techniques to help take your songs from sounding ‘ok’ to sounding ‘WOW!’
Vocal coach reacts to Billie Eilish’s performance of ‘No Time To Die’ at the BRIT Awards in London. See a breakdown of vocal techniques used in this song.
If you’ve been singing for a while but are plateauing or not seeing the improvement you want, then today’s video is for you. I’ll explain the why your singing isn’t improving and how to fix it.
Learn how to sing better instantly with my top 5 singing hacks that really work! Try these fun exercises to start sounding better straight away!
Everything you need to know about preparing your chart books for gigs. This is specifically for jazz and blues singers who use lead sheets, but if you sing pop or folk, this type of sheet music layout is also for you.
So… what exactly is JAZZ anyway? What does it mean to ‘sound jazzy’? Apart from the songs, how does a singer get that authentic jazz style going? Well my friend, I’ll answer all of that in today’s video for you.
Try this fun and helpful little hand to voice connection trick to improve not only your jazz scat singing but also your piano playing!
My top five beginner jazz songs for singers that you need to know. Add these to your performance repertoire to get started gigging in a jazz band!
Today I’ll answer the four most commonly asked questions I receive about singing. These include, how long your warm up should be, how long to practice for, how to tell if you can really sing, and what to do about a lack of confidence. Enjoy!
Use these two easy rhythmic changes to start improvising with your songs and change the feel of how you sing passages.