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Monday, May 18, 2009

Voice Lessons

How many hours have you dedicated to learing how to play an instrument? How many hours have you spent learning how to sing properly?

If you're like most people, singing is just something that you do, not something that you have to learn to do. Wrong!

My mom, Sue Singleton, was a professional singer and a vocal coach for decades. I have watched mediocre singers blossom into great singers through coaching and practice.

Singing is all about technique and execution. First you learn the proper way to sing and then you practice. In time, your voice will improve dramatically.

Having the confidence that you are singing properly, will change your life.

Drop-dime on some voice lessons.

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Monday, May 4, 2009

Adding A Harmonica To Your Act

Bob Dylan, Steve Tyler, Neil Young, and John Popper, are just a few of the famous musicians that use a harmonica in their act.

A harmonica, played during select songs, can lend 'depth' to your performance. Audiences love it when a performer slides on the harp brace and goes to town.

Here a a few key reasons why you should consider adding a 'harp' to your act:
  • It's easy to play.
  • You can fill-up those pesky 'lead-breaks' with some lead of your own.
  • You'll be considered a 'multi-instrumentalist.'
  • Audiences love it.
  • It's cool.

I use a harmonica when I'm covering Neil Young songs. I love it!

Hohner just introduced a new harmonica model, the 'Blues Bender.' It is a pro-quality harp that retails for only $20. Go get one and start playing today!

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