Interview with Katey Bridge

August 2, 2009

This lesson was an interview with another highly accomplished professional vocalists.

Katey Bridge  revealed intimate insights to her elevation as a prominent vocalist who wins virtually every audition she tries for.   Leave your comments about the interview in blog posts below.

Also, please consider sending Katey a “thank you” note and visit at http://www.myspace.com/catherinebridge

If you stumbled across this page and want to learn more, go to www.FREE-SINGING-LESSONS.com

FREE Online Singing Lessons will empower you with all of the core foundation needed to get results – though, as with most things in life, this requires participation and practice. Mix it up, make it fun! Have a blast this week and…..

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Stephen

PS: When posting to this blog, if you are under the age of 18, please do not include any identifying comments – ie, don’t include your school or if in a small town, don’t mention the name of the town. If you live in LA, no problem… or to mention your state is fine. By all means, DO NOT include phone number, address.


Singing Lesson Interview with Vocalist Justin Tissue

July 18, 2009

This lesson was the first of a new series of interviews with highly accomplish and professional vocalists.

Justin Tissue revealed intimate insights to his career and shared two passionate and moving songs.

Leave your comments about the interview in blog posts below.

Also, please consider sending Justin a "thank you" note and visit at http://www.myspace.com/isingfortips

If you stumbled across this page and want to learn more, go to www.FREE-SINGING-LESSONS.com

FREE Online Singing Lessons will empower you with all of the core foundation needed to get results – though, as with most things in life, this requires participation and practice. Mix it up, make it fun! Have a blast this week and…..

I look forward to hearing from you!

Stephen

PS: When posting to this blog, if you are under the age of 18, please do not include any identifying comments – ie, don’t include your school or if in a small town, don’t mention the name of the town. If you live in LA, no problem… or to mention your state is fine. By all means, DO NOT include phone number, address.


Bonus Lesson – Breathing

July 13, 2009

I hope you didn’t laugh too hard over this lesson!

Please give some feedback on what you learned, what “worked” and could be improved in the lesson.

Obviously, we were having a lot of fun joking around… maybe all the lessons should be more like this?

If you stumbled across this page and want to learn more, go to www.FREE-SINGING-LESSONS.com

FREE Online Voice Lessons will empower you with all of the core foundation needed to get results – though, as with most things in life, this requires participation and practice. Mix it up, make it fun! Have a blast this week and…..

We look forward to hearing from you!

Stephen

PS: When posting to this blog, if you are under the age of 18, please do not include any identifying comments – ie, don’t include your school or if in a small town, don’t mention the name of the town. If you live in LA, no problem… or to mention your state is fine. By all means, DO NOT include phone number, address.


Online Voice Lessons – Lesson 4

September 6, 2008

Congratulations on completing another lesson!

If you stumbled across this page and want to learn more, go to www.FREE-SINGING-LESSONS.com

By now, you are likely experiencing a significant shift in your vocal abilities, such as:

stronger breath support
clearer tone
increased confidence
overall enjoyment in singing

Lesson 4 introduced topics of staccato, 6/8 time, the intervals of a 6th and 7th and tied them all together with newly created tuneful scales.  You also discovered the topic of a “consonant smear” and tips on how to correct it (awareness is the first tip – taking a short breath or “rest” are other remedies).  You also learned about central vowels of “uh” and “er” (simplified).

Assignments to post here:

  • Youtube examples
  • examples words containing “uh” and “er”
  • probably or likely “consonant smears” in the songs Amazing Grace and the Star Spangled Banner.

FREE Online Voice Lessons will empower you with all of the core foundation needed to get results – though, as with most things in life, this requires participation and practice.  Mix it up, make it fun!  Have a blast this week and…..

We look forward to hearing from you!

Stephen

PS: When posting to this blog, if you are under the age of 18, please do not include any identifying comments – ie, don’t include your school or if in a small town, don’t mention the name of the town.  If you live in LA, no problem… or to mention your state is fine.  By all means, DO NOT include phone number, address.


Free Voice Lessons – Lesson Three

August 15, 2008

Congratulations!

Another great week of excellent work and great comments!

If you stumbled across this page and want to learn more, go to www.FREE-SINGING-LESSONS.com

This week’s lesson introduced the concept of preparing, prior to practice and performing, and a simple distinction on physical awareness.  We also discussed the musicianship topics of “bass clef”, 2/4  time.  The vocal topic for this week includes tongue trills.  Finally, we had a special invitation to post your singing to YouTube and put a link here so that we can all hear.  Again, the idea is to “guess” the emotional state and circumstances you’re projecting.  An, exciting week!
We covered a lot in Lesson Three of FREE SINGING LESSONS. Now’s your chance to share with the group.

  • Insights
  • Success
  • Obstacles
  • Overall impressions of the lesson (your feedback will be used to improve future lessons).

Also, be sure to note any technical difficulties with the videos or include any other comments taht you feel would be helpful in improving this program.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Stephen

PS: When posting to this blog, if you are under the age of 18, please do not include any identifying comments – ie, don’t include your school or if in a small town, don’t mention the name of the town.  If you live in LA, no problem… or to mention your state is fine.  By all means, DO NOT include phone number, address.


Singing Results – Lesson Two

August 2, 2008

Congratulations!

You completed Week 2 of Singing Results and you’re on your way!
We covered a lot in Lesson Two of FREE SINGING LESSONS. Now’s your chance to share with the group.

  • Insights
  • Success
  • Obstacles
  • Overall impressions of the lesson (your feedback will be used to improve future lessons).

I look forward to hearing from you!

Stephen

PS: When posting to this blog, if you are under the age of 18, please do not include any identifying comments – ie, don’t include your school or if in a small town, don’t mention the name of the town.  If you live in LA, no problem… or to mention your state is fine.  By all means, DO NOT include phone number, address.


Lesson One – Vocal warmups, exercises, humming

July 21, 2008

Congratulations!

You’re on your way to Powerful and Winning Singing Results!

We covered a lot in Lesson One of FREE SINGING LESSONS. Now’s your chance to share with the group.

  • Insights
  • Success
  • Obstacles
  • Overall impressions of the lesson (your feedback will be used to improve future lessons).

I look forward to hearing from you!

Stephen

PS: When posting to this blog, if you are under the age of 18, please do not include any identifying comments – ie, don’t include your school or if in a small town, don’t mention the name of the town.  If you live in LA, no problem… or to mention your state is fine.  By all means, DO NOT include phone number, address.