Three simple strategies to help you stand out as a singer and make your mark on the music scene in your area.
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!
Discover how to rapidly gain confidence as a singer and say goodbye to sucky performances or wondering ‘am I good enough?’
Discover how to hear and sing dominant 7th scales and arpeggios with this fun singing exercise for jazz and blues singers.
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n easy and fun jazz improvisation and scatting tutorial for singers. We’ll use Summer Wind as our song for this tutorial and I’ll break down how to get started deviating from the melody and making the song your own.
Learn how to sing Cry Me A River and navigate some of the tricky-to-pitch sections.
If you have to take a break from singing due to lifestyle or illness, your voice can quickly lose power and strength. This exercise will help you to re-build your vocal muscles and strength after a long break.
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.