Good professional singers not only have to be fit and healthy to look good for stage performances, they must also know how to maintain and preserve a good singing voice.
Not to toot my own horn but I’m friends with some of the most coolest and most accomplished singers and voice experts on the planet.
You are probably familiar with the Serenity Prayer:
“God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.”
This prayer, written in the early 1930s by theologian Reinhold Niebuhr, contains deep wisdom.
Don’t believe in God? No problem. Just take out “God grant me” and replace with “I embody” and it becomes a powerful affirmation.
It’s the sentiment that’s important here.
It’s pointless to waste energy struggling against things that are out of your control, but it’s equally pointless to sit around and do nothing about things you can change.
Unfortunately – this is why it’s a prayer – this advice can be easier said than done.
“How can I develop a vibrato singing voice?” This is a question often asked by aspiring singers. But firstly, what is actually singing in vibrato?
Essential life skills are important and should be nurtured in every child. Learning how to be successful is one of the most important things you can do for your children. Everyone has to learn these skills on their own to succeed in life. We can all think of examples of nice, intelligent, capable people that can’t seem to get their lives together.
Teaching them early will ensure that they’re not feeling lost when they reach adulthood, and prevents them from having to cope with the struggles of being a late bloomer.
Focus is the new superpower.Think about it.
How many times has someone asked you a question, but didn’t hear your response because they were distracted by their cell phone?
They couldn’t focus on your response for five seconds, and they actually wanted to know the answer!
If you want to have a huge advantage in your life, I believe learning how to avoid being distracted is key….for kids and adults.
Anyone who has ever sung professionally knows that there is more to a vocal performance than simply walking onstage...
So you want to be a good lead singer and front a popular band or even an orchestra? If your answer is yes, then do you have a distinctive singing style or are you singing songs with the style of other singers?