Tag Archives: voice coaching

I’ll be singing the National Anthem this summer. So can you…

There’s a reputation out there that singing the National Anthem is an impossible task and only for the most brilliant and talented singers. I’m here to politely dispute that assumption! The Star Spangled Banner is a patriotic song with a melody borrowed from a popular British song written by John Stafford Smith in the 1760’s.  Being that

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Auditioning for a Singing Competition

Are you considering it? Auditioning for X-Factor? Maybe you are just inspired by the singing shows, and want to try out for a school talent show or do a community open mic.  Or you love Karaoke. All of these opportunities will be better if you prepare.  So here is the first of two videos I’ve

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Singer-Songwriter Samantha Crain

Being a Singer-Songwriter means that you can showcase your talents at Talent Shows and Open Mic.’s around the region.  Lots of singers mix-in cover songs with a set of original tunes, usually bringing an individual style to a cover song. I can’t think of a better way to start a career! Take an inside look

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Learn all the Secrets Professionals Use to Sing

People tell you that you sing well, but YOU know you could be better! You want better high notes, more breath control and a tone that will WoW an audience. (And sometimes you suffer from stage fright.) Students who’ve studied with me have gone on to win competitions, join bands and learn to sing like

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