If you are a seasoned singer who is currently feeling frustrated with where your singing career is….. And you’re ready to bust through the blocks, build a foundation, and sing in a way that yields much bigger results…… And not just any results, but the kind that you’re actually excited about… Then you won’t want to miss what I have to share with you today. Since 1999, I’ve sang with opera companies around the country, made two pop records, sang opera on movie soundtracks, sang pop in national commercials for major brands, and had my voice and songs licensed by TV shows on every major network…. my voice is even in a singing Barbie doll! One could say that I’ve got that whole “singing” thing down. But what looks like a whole lot of success on the outside, was really just my own limiting beliefs run riot on the inside. See, what you don’t know is: I ran from genre to genre, from one city to another (NY to LA), from one goal to another, achieving a modest amount of success in one place before I’d reach a wall that I couldn’t figure out how to get past to sing any better,
Most people would assume that, to take a singer from good to great, you need to do in-person voice lessons every week for a long period of time. But that’s absolutely not the case. And Grace Theisen is a prime example. Before doing The Intensive, Grace had so much vocal tension, strain, and vocal fatigue in her singing that it kept her sitting on the bench instead of thriving in her singing career. Now, just a few months later, she just celebrated her recent live show recording with this post: “This shit works!!!!!!” . . . . . .These are the results you can get in JUST A FEW MONTHS when you have an expert strategy and a supportive community. You don’t need in-person lessons to do it. You don’t even need to see your teacher every week to do it. And you certainly don’t need to grind away at it for years, inching along – two steps forward, one step back. When it comes down to it, if you’re a talented singer who’s had lots of training, who’s out there hustling (auditioning/recording/performing) and you’re just not seeing results at the level you want in your singing and/or career. . . .
Do you dread that moment during dinner with friends or family when the conversation turns to you and you get that inevitable question “So……how’s the singing going? What’s happening with your music?” . . . . .And you feel yourself contract cause you’ve got nothing impressive on the horizon. . . . . .And you’re so tired of trying to answer that question without judging yourself as a complete failure. When you look back at the last year of your singing career only to realize that you’re not any closer to where you want to be, it’s time to get clear on what you can do to finally see the results you want. If this is you then I want to invite you to check out last week’s Live, where I guide you through a really powerful exercise to spark intention and change in your voice and career in 2021. For those of you who are committed to making an impact in 2021 and finally seeing the results of all you have been working for, this is THE place to start.
There’s some powerful jet fuel for your voice and career that most singers are not aware of. As we come to the end of the year, I really want to set you up to win in 2021. It looks like there will be a vaccine, the virus will be on its way out, and we will all be able to get back out there performing/auditioning/touring again at some point in 2021. Are you ready?? Imagine being able to make a bigger impact with your voice and having a higher level career than before this whole Covid mess started. It’s totally possible. . . .IF you’ve got the right fuel in your rocket. Please join me for a special Free, Live Masterclass this Sunday, Dec 13th at 3pm PST / 6pm EST: THE 5 SHIFTS to Give Impactful Performances that Win Auditions, Sell Out Tours, Make Award Winning Albums and Build Big, Sustainable Singing Careers In This Free Masterclass You’ll Discover. . . . The step-by-step strategy my singers use to access a higher level of technique, artistry and performance that builds big, sustainable careers without practicing any more than they do right now. The real reason why traditional
How many of you have felt instances over the last few months where your voice just doesn’t feel “right” or “the same” but you weren’t sick or having allergies and your teacher is telling you that your technique is fine? The culprit could likely be air quality. This has been a rough year for many of us when it comes to air quality because of the massive fires that have affected large parts of the western United States. Even if you don’t live in the immediate area where the fire is burning, wind patterns can cause smoke and particulate matter into your area and you may have been affected. Even as we speak, Southern California is facing another massive fire and I’m hearing significantly more complaints from singers noticing things like loss of vocal range, increased phlegm and hoarseness. If you’re thinking that you might be affected and wondering how smoke from fires and air pollution affects your voice, I wanted to pass along a great article from Dr. Rena Gupta at the Center For Vocal Health. Dr. Gupta shares some really cool videos and images that show you what happens to cords and how their functioning can be impeded
Here’s a little truth bomb to light a firecracker under your behind today: The happiest people in the world don’t wait for permission to create the life they desire…they just do it. We’ve all heard the now overused phrase “unprecedented times“….and yes it’s true, these are. But in order to be fulfilled we must ask ourselves: How do we find unprecedented opportunity and achieve unprecedented results in unprecedented times? What if the answer was right here within you? What if all it required were a choice? Normally, right now you would be in the middle of audition season, setting up holiday gigs, or booking a spring tour. You’d be singing at your church gigs or in final dress rehearsals of a new show as the fall season of all the opera companies and broadway companies gets underway. You might be collaborating with cowriters, in the studio with session musicians, or performing at open mics around town. But in this new normal, it’s hard to do anything the way we used to. There are those who will wait for things to return to “normal” – who will hunker down and put their goals/dreams on ice while they wait for this to