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  1. Hey all. I hope everyone is doing okay.   My question today is how can one add more emotion to his/her singing while singing lower notes ? everything below the end of the fourth octave.   I've noticed, as a guy with a bit of a deep voice (I don't know if I'm a baritone or not anymore, I used to believe I was) it is easier for me to bring emotion into my singing when singing over the end of the fourth octave around F4 - B4.   But anything below that seems mostly just plain boring or bland, unless I forcibly sing breathy and lower my volume, which isn't really practical in most situations.   Suggestions ?
  2. http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2015/02/19/iron-maiden-singer-bruce-dickinson-treated-for-tongue-cancer/?intcmp=features     Bruce Dickinson had a cancerous spot on his tongue but got treatment.    A, given the chance, go to a doctor to get checked when you are not feeling right. B, you can overcome and recover from many things C, don't give up