Vocal coach comments from Rachel LEbon:
You have a really fine voice with good range. Your customized approach to the song and the guitar introduction and accompaniment works well to support the vocals, in the first verse and chorus. Presence and believability did not seem as strong in the second verse, seemed to go on autopilot a bit. Play with dynamic contrast and shifting attitudes within the inner phrases, buzzing important words. Can also adjust guitar accompaniment for variety. Otherwise, one can reach the peak of the song too early. Seemed to lose steam towards the end. Avoid lifting your chin to reach the high notes, as they were under pitch and not topping over in the final chorus, a sign of vocal fatigue. Really like your style! Keep it up!
After spending his student years on the south coast in Brighton, playing extensively on the live circuit there and really honing his craft, he gained a reputation as an accomplished songwriter and an exciting performer. After recording and performing live with his own band Hadleigh found that he missed the intensity of performing solo. Hadleigh recorded his debut album “Solow” which is available from iTunes now!