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How to Move from Wishing You Were a Great Singer to Becoming a Great Singer

Snow White sang, “ I’m wishing for the one I love to find me” and OK, wishing eventually worked out for her but, don’t count on it working for your music career! Wishing you can sing something you can’t, just won’t make magically happen. I can’t tell you how many singers stay stuck and below…

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Lay It All Down

Lay it all down. That’s what it felt like. Like I was laying down my gift, my job, in a way.  who I am. “Don’t sing… at all.”  “Be careful teaching… try not to sing.” That was my diagnoses after I lost my voice.

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“Practice Makes Perfect” or “Perfect Practice Makes Perfect

One thing is for sure: you will never master a skill without practice.  Concerted time and effort are needed to be proficient at any skill. Natural talent gives you a leg up, but no one becomes a successful artist on natural ability alone.  It takes work, hard work and lots of it. Practice Makes Perfect…

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Summer Singing Quick Fix

Want to Sing Better Today? Watch your self in front of a mirror as you sing.  There are lots of problems you can correct just by watching yourself! Things to Notice Are you opening your mouth enough? Are you doing anything that looks strange or uncomfortable? Are you breathing correctly? (You shoulders should be down.)…

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The Cake Walk Gig

For years my family has provided some music for The Light House Easter Eggstavaganza Easter Egg Hunt. It’s quite an event for hundreds of folks in Baldwin County held in Robertsdale, AL at a big park complete with eggs, chocolate, prizes, free food, local police dog demonstrations, door prizes, puppet shows, jumpy things, pony rides…

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