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  1. Hello, fellow performers, fans and students! I've launched a video series for the solo singing guitarist, both professional and hobbyist, who'd like to know how another soloist goes about his work in rehearsal. The series takes the viewer through the determinations I make for each song I include in my repetoire. I'll cover topics such as choice of key, feel, meaning, vocal delivery, rehearsal and more. Click here for the first episode: Episode 1 on Vimeo Episode 1 on YouTube In music & mirth, Richie Kaye Richie Kaye Website BLAST-OFF!
  2. Perhaps someone who is not really talked about is Lefty Frizzell. Lefty Frizzell was once a big country music star in the 40s, 50s and 60s; he at one time was competing with Hank Williams in the top charts, and toured with him many times. Lefty had a distinctive voice that influenced the likes of George Jones, Randy Travis, and many others. Leftys singing style was unique from the other singers from his time, he would sound out syllables for a longer amount of time than most singers, a vowel bending style is what it has been called too. How does someone try and attem
  3. Hello there just wanted some feedback on how I did and what would my voice type be?
  4. Please leave a comment below if u are interested in getting ur track mastered for only $5!
  5. Hey everyone, I am stuck with a tiny bit of a dilemma. I play in a cover band in which every member does their share of singing, but while there are some songs I want to sing, I have major problems doing so because I cant hit the notes without going falsetto. I sing a lot of rock and country and while country isn't too much of a problem, I'm starting to hit the proverbial wall with rock. The voice range that I am comfortable singing in is more of a baritone (think Trace Adkins, maybe a touch higher than that.) so when I try to hit notes in songs like This Love by Maroon 5 or even som
  6. Somehow I couldn't get this song out of my head, so I just had to do a recording of it https://app.box.com/s/09w5zru9hcakz34m250ya21iwidv0xhc
  7. Hello guys I am curious to know what singers have demonstrated vocal longevity without losing voice quality. Who are your favorite artists that consistently have sung well for at least 20 years? For me I must have to go with Celine Dion and Stevie Wonder. Please include clips of the proposed artist if possible.
  8. It's been quite a long time since I posted here, but I was a regular until I got famous in my village of 10 people. Ok, that's bs, but I just wanted to drop in and say hi to some of my old friends in here. What's up, guys? . Steven and Willie say hi too - I saw this video and was reminded of my favorite vocal forum:
  9. I only know him from his compilation CD, like 20 years back, and he then didn't sound very young, so I can't be sure if this is a young Garth Brooks. On that youtube page they don't agree if it is him or not. To me it sure doesn't sound like the one I know, but as I said, I can't be sure. Did you know this song when he was young? The same happened to me yesterday with a song of Barbra Streisand. Youtube can be funny.
  10. Hey guys! I'm brand new to the community here and I was just wondering if someone would review my vocals on Better Than You Left Me. I'm a beginner vocalist. I've had 2 or 3 lessons so far but looking forward to growing! Thanks!
  11. I finally had a few minutes, late at night so I had go with something soft. Let me know what you think.
  12. Hey community, I know some of you have heard this already, but here is the final production with a visual. Hope you likey...
  13. Started singing and playing guitar 6 month ago with non stop practice everyday, I'm a little nervous to be honest because this is the first singing "thing" I've posted for all to see. I feel I've reached a stage where I need feedback to help me improve further. So here's a cover of my favorite country singer at the moment Kacey Musgraves. Thank for your time https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQ8xqyoZXCc for the original
  14. Will be getting everything together to showcase the selection of this month's song shortly.
  15. So I've done a quick cover to let you guys know where my singing is at right now. I enjoy all criticism and feedback. What I know is I still have problems opening up my voice more and breathing efficiently especially when I can't see myself in the mirror. Also, sorry for the very poor guitar playing hahaha. Thanks in advance.
  16. Hey all, For those of you that are wondering what this about, check out the following link and please join us: It's about that time. It's been decided that, this month, we will run two challenges at once. Two separate challenge threads will be created. Everyone is greatly encouraged to participate in both of these. Even if you don't have time to mix two great tracks, try to get something done for each and post it in the corresponding challenge topics. Given the goal of these challenges is to get everybody really racking their musical brains and get everyone out of their comfort zone at one
  17. Very new at this, but have always loved to hear others sing. My goal was to learn to play most instruments that a 5 piece band would use. Along the way I have had to sing as well to learn where to bring in other instruments when creating multi-track recordings.   I mainly do it for fun and personal desire, but would love some very honest feedback from the group concerning my vocal abilities.   I have several selections up on SoundCloud and here is the to the latest one.....   I hope you enjoy,   https://soundcloud.com/flacowboy/the-old-rugged-cross-2    
  18. Good singers are often described as having a unique personal style, a special way of expressing a song. But in the larger picture of singing, let's talk about vocal styles in general. First off, you want to be clear on which style you sing the most. Pop, rock, jazz, country, blues, R&B, classical, folk, gospel, Broadway belting or perhaps a combination of one or more of these styles? I frequently encounter singers who think they're singing in a pop style but are actually singing in a classical style because of prior training. It can sound quite strange and disorienting to the listener to h
  19. So, You Want To Be A Singer? by Diva Joan Cartwright CHAPTER 6 - REPERTOIRE Having a list handy of all the songs you sing in alphabetical order with a column for the key in which you sing each song can be invaluable when you meet musicians. If you are that organized, then you can probably fill the bill as a singer. Keep adding to the list as time goes by, until you've filled up two sides of the page. Try to include the composer of each song. Example: 1. A CHILD IS BORN C Thad Jones 2. A FOGGY DAY G Gershwin 3. A NEW WAY OF SINGING THE BLUES F J. Ca
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