Articles by Anthony F. Jahn

“Dr. Jahn: I don’t have time to be sick – I gig 6 nights a week! But here I am with a temperature (102), sore throat…”

“Dr. Jahn – I have some gigs coming up and want to know what kind of voice rest (total?) I need before I can sing !”

“Dr. Jahn: I have a group of friends who are “fitness freaks” and each into something different – one swears by pilates another weightlifting…”

“I heard a coach say that you can apply an anti-inflammatory ointment such as a hemorrhoid cream right on the outside of your throat??”

Dr. Jahn, everyone always says “drink water well before your gig” – but it always feels good to drink water as I’m performing! So I am wondering if this is not the whole truth!

What is happening in the morning with my cool, raspy sound , and is there a way to sustain this voice for performances?

“I think I understand that my throat and neck should be relaxed when singing – so what is the deal with the tongue?”

I think I just barely understand the “vocal folds” and then someone mentioned that I should know about the “false folds” Huh??? This is getting weird and complicated. Help!

VoiceCouncil Magazine asks Anthony F. Jahn, MD, to respond to the article, “Singing on Espresso”

“Dear Doctor Jahn: a friend told me I should never sing in my premenstrual period. Is that good advice? Or, should I just ignore it!”