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  1. https://www.smule.com/p/700572570_3358906946
  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 attempt a singing style like this? Lefty was from Texas, so he had a distinctive accent, and then you add he had a distinctive singing style. One of the people that influenced Lefty Frizzell was musician named Jimmie Rodgers. Jimmie Rodgers is not to be confused with the Jimmie Rodgers who record Honeycomb, but the Jimmie Rodgers who yodeled, sangs songs like "Hes in the jailhouse now", and he sang a series of songs he called Blue Yodels. He influenced numerous people in Rock n roll, Country music, and Blues music, one of them being Lefty Frizzell. Do you think it is possible Lefty borrowed some of his style from Jimmie Rodgers?
  3. On this day (may 16th), 10 years ago, the world lost one of the greatest, if not the greatest, rock and metal singer of all times. We´ve put together some of his most famous songs and will be releasing them during the week as a tribute and to celebrate his life and work. Long Live Rock n Roll! \m/
  4. Hello, I am a new member of this group, and I am seeking some guidance, and help with my singing. I am a solo. gigging guitarist and singer; I sing songs that were made back in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s, and I need some help. I started out learning how to sing in the Blues style, I mastered the Blues scale, achieved Vocal Resonance, and could sing all the Blues songs I've ever wanted to sing. I could sing some songs that Jimmie Rodgers, the first country music star could sing because he was heavily influenced by the blues. About Two years ago, I seriously got into the music of Hank Williams Senior, George Jones, Merle Haggard, and Lefty Frizzell; I thought it would be easy to sing their songs, and its not, its a different style from what I was accustomed to. I know there are fundemental differences in Country and Blues music. Country music involves a twang, has a change in accent, and has a set melody that the singer sings along to, while the Blues is more free flowing, with no set melody, except the "blue notes" from the Blues scale, and the feeling you put into the music. Country music revolves around the Major scale, while the Blues is built off of a scale that is made up of what are called "blue notes" My biggest issue is, I want to be a performer who can sing Blues and Country music, specifically the old stuff from the 1940s and 1950s, and I have issues switching from Blues to Country music. What should I do? I feel like the issue is changing my vowel usage, my accent, and the scale I use. if someone could let me know, and maybe give me some advice, I would appreciate it! Creighton
  5. I am 9 years old (doing this in the presence of my dad). I have started to put effort into singing. I dont take any lessons yet but have sung few cover songs. Please give me feedback.
  6. Hello everyone Im getting back into signing after taking a short break (life gets in the way) - I have just started a youtube channel.it would be amazing if I could get some follows and reviews Its SamSings x
  7. Hi. I am 20 years old. I born in 27 July 1999. I am un-trained singer. My voice get acid reflux damage since 2017-2018 and it makes maybe a little bit lower but nowadays i try to recover my voice health. Anyways, people calling me as "Baritone" or "High Baritone" and i'm tired because of this Baritone stuff. I always call myself as Dramatic Tenor (Low Tenor) because i think my voice is high pitched for calling as Baritone. But, some people say; "Your voice sounds too heavy to calling you as Tenor.". My voice is really heavy for become a true Tenor? I always want to get light voice timbre like spinto Tenor's at chest voice. I sing "I'll save you" a rock genre song made by Jordan Sweeto. Here is two different version; My voice version; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwzhpiUOGa4 Original version (Jordan Sweeto); https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0diwDG-06Nc My vocal range (Un-trained voice); Chest range; E2 (Very weak as whistle talking but still possible to reach) up to B4 and not barely C5 Falsetto max note: G5 (Sounds like screaming) (Also my falsetto sounds like Mickey mouse and airy) What's a problem? My voice doesn't deserve for calling as Tenor? Is Jordan Sweeto he is Tenor? And i'm Baritone? Look, i always like Tenor type voices. And i don't wanna calling as Baritone anymore. I am really bored about calling Baritone thing. Tenor sounding more light, more sweet and better i think. My voice is more heavier than him?
  8. Hi. I am really bored being Baritone. I am not sure i'm a Baritone or Not. But i have totally un-trained voice and i have also, fry voice problem by Acidic reflux. I have damaged vocal cords but still i can sing. I don't know i have to chance to become Lyric tenor? Or i am a tenor or baritone? When my voice health before, my vocal range: Full chest: E2 (Very weak and force low note) up to A4-B4 and with force alot C5 Mixed chest: I don't know this technique so i don't know. Falsetto: Max note G5 i only know (But screaming) (And my falsetto is airy and dramatic sounds like very Mickey mouse tone) Head voice: Very weak but max note C5 probably. Here is my some cover tests: This recording when my voice is health... (Old a little bit)
  9. Hello, Thank you for the feed back in my last post!! It’s really helped. Here’s another one a few months apart please tell me what you think. B47C05E1-8E8C-43DD-9A89-920536581557.MOV
  10. Hey Guys i'm new on this forum, I would really appreciate your opinion about my High C bandicam 2019-02-25 18-45-28-988.mp4
  11. Hey everyone, I am 17 and I have been singing for about 1 year (never sang before, not even in the shower, but I have played guitar for a really long time). Yesterday right before my vocal lesson with a local teacher, I though I could sing See You Again from Charlie Puth. I spend about 2 hours singing the song before I went to the lesson and pitched the idea to my teacher. I sang her the song and she said that it's a lot beyond my range and comfortable zone and that I shouldn't sing so high. She said that I can try singing it, but it will never sound good. That kind of hurt, because I like rock and pop songs and both are mostly high pitched songs. So I recorded myself at home and I am starting to disagree, which I shouldn't since she is the teacher and I am just a student. She had a problem with the high falsetto part, which I think is not that bad considering I have never used falsetto (I love the chest belting). She was okay with the "It's been a long time" and "We've come a long way" parts though, which to me sound terrible. So to sum it up, I want to ask all of you what you think. Do you think I have the voice, potential to sing these high notes? Or should I stick to someone like John Mayer, John Lennon, Michael Buble and bring the song down when I want to sing pop/rock songs (for example Charlie Puth or Freddie Mercury)? https://soundcloud.com/user-711959095/see-you-again-experiment-2
  12. I haven't been doing covers on Smule recently. Hallelujah https://www.smule.com/recording/lisa-lois-hallelujah/1011915964_2318170316 Stone Cold https://www.smule.com/recording/demi-lovato-stone-cold/593331709_2312724812
  13. Are we gonna go ahead and do this? Felipe was the first to say it, but he hasn't made the thread yet. For anybody who doesn't know, this is essentially just a tribute thread. You may have seen the Challenge sub-forum. We regularly suggest songs based on certain criteria (genre, artist, certain themes). We then post covers of those songs. It's not a competition. The actual challenge is against yourself; to take something and see what you can do with it.