Singers need to rise to the occasion of their stomach –says Shlomo
Singing and ice-skating have something important in common –says Dr. Jahn.
The secrets to being in top vocal shape on the road are revealed by Rachel Lebon
What about the effectiveness of some of those politically incorrect remedies?
She believes that your boldness has genius, power and magic in it.
Leaving your voice to guess work only increases your stress.
Singers are still finding this 'rough & ready' manual relevant - though it is missing crucial content.
Avoid hits to your health so you can sing your best. Dr. Anthony F. Jahn shows how.
Does a move to the desert combined with allergies mean this singer can’t sing her gig?
Do impressive celebrity endorsements translate into vocal health?
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Can A Vegetarian Still Rock 'n Roll With Macho Energy?
Dr. Susan Raeburn shares with vocalists a way out of the creative rut.
Want to know the burning questions of singers across the world?
You want to play career-changing gigs without vocal trouble. Dane Chalfin shows the way.
Are you putting your vocal effort in the right places? Dane Chalfin identifies two clues that can lead a singer to some important changes.
Can't afford to miss a gig because of illness? VoiceCouncil prescribes this essential advise from Dr. Anthony Jahn
A broken foot, a vocal massage and no more wild living - it's all a part of being a vocalist... on the road.
How can you be good to your voice when you are just having too much fun? Emma Sewell, singer in The Sound of Music, finds a way.