Scarlette Fever uses an App to promote her music – and a world concern.
Beethoven sometimes took decades to make his musical decisions! -says Eric Maisel
Strong emotions can emerge in voice lessons. Deal with them so you can move ahead with your life... and your singing –says Hannah Northedge.
Here is your “emergency kit” to tackle performance anxiety - the very best wisdom from top performance coaches.
For the sake of your performances and your life, please be on your own side –says Eric Maisel
Jordan Reyne, whose music graces a funeral scene in The Lord of the Rings, takes us into her musical confidence.
Over the next four weeks follow me through the thrills and spills of planning my own unique Flash Mob experience –says Craig Antony
This week we’re looking at your top romantic duets for Valentines Day.
Enlarge your comfort zone so that your fans are energized by your performance –says Linda Septien
This week we’re looking at vocal improvisation.
Grab some eggnog, put up your feet and find singing inspiration in these holiday films – says Beth Trollan
Linda was talented but her voice became “thin” and “reedy” in public – she needed an infusion of presence.
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
Acclaimed artist of the Babys and Bad English reveals the tips and tricks behind his vocal success.
This week we’re looking at how we make each rendition of a song just as special as the last.
The quest to find your originality should be at the top of your list –says Daniel Zangger Borch
Eric Maisel shares the best ways to deal with things when your performance is judged.
America’s Got Talent Finalist Cami Bradley shares the perspiration and inspiration behind her music.
The struggle of songwriters today: you want to appeal to the masses with something familiar yet you want your song to stand out as unique.
It's time to really dig into the meaning of your song –says Jenn Bostic
This week we’re looking at how stress can impact upon our singing.
This week we’re getting nostalgic & looking back at your first experiences on stage.
You can minimize the sting and even make friends with criticism -says Jaime Babbitt
When you are moved by those things that inspire you, it can lead to a boost in creativity –says Simone Niles
This week we’re discussing the pro’s and con’s of digital vs physical music.
Write your songs with a heart that feels rather than with a mind that analyzes -says Sara Bella
He had settled into a “sleepy and breathy” sound but Mike wanted to liven up his act...
This week we’re looking at songwriting & the different methods we all use to get the ball rolling!
Hit songwriter Kirsty Bertarelli believes that we can stay inspired.