His music career spans three decades and more than 100 million album sales. Now he speaks to VoiceCouncil Magazine.
As the clocks on our synchronized smart phones hit 1pm, the choir took its positions...
I find myself torn between excitement and fear.
How do you project your voice in a storm - or when you’re inside a cylinder? Hannah Northedge shares her “war” stories.
Jordan Reyne, whose music graces a funeral scene in The Lord of the Rings, takes us into her musical confidence.
What are we going to sing? This decision is pivotal to the success (or indeed failure) of the event –says Craig Lees
Beth Trollan gives her top 5 vocal safety tips when you are surrounded by instrumentalists.
This week we’re exploring the perils of over-rehearsal.
Over the next four weeks follow me through the thrills and spills of planning my own unique Flash Mob experience –says Craig Antony
Matt and I had performed together before, in several a cappella acts. He is a phenomenal beatboxer with great musical chops. But we had both drifted off into solo live-looping as our primary performing outlet.
This week we’re looking at the pros and cons of vocal mimicry over finding your signature sound.
This week we’re looking at vocal improvisation.
This week we’re contemplating your soundtrack for 2013.
This week we’re looking at your aspirations for 2014.
This Week’s Singing in the News: from breathing breakthroughs to Mandela’s funeral.
If you wonder, “Will people like this?”, you will counteract everything you are trying to do as an artist —says Tony Harnell, award winning lead singer of TNT
Be inspired by other singers without being a “sound-alike” - says Juliet Russell.
You can find a way through creative lows into new ideas and inspiration -says Sarah Bella
To have your singing stand out from the crowd, you need to be as YOU as you can be –says Juliet Russell
Transform your stage movements into a powerful extension of your voice, not merely an accessory – says Daniel Zangger Borch.
The quest to find your originality should be at the top of your list –says Daniel Zangger Borch
America’s Got Talent Finalist Cami Bradley shares the perspiration and inspiration behind her music.
Let’s take a moment to consider your relationship to your audience -says Eric Maisel
It's time to really dig into the meaning of your song –says Jenn Bostic
This month’s vocal coach has a rocketing singing career.
Noted voice scientist Professor Ron Scherer shares the perils and opportunities of mimicry.
This week we’re looking at which musical styles demand the most technical focus from the singer.
The best songs seem to grab you right in the beginning -says Sarah Bella
When you are moved by those things that inspire you, it can lead to a boost in creativity –says Simone Niles
Write your songs with a heart that feels rather than with a mind that analyzes -says Sara Bella