How to Sing: My Favorite Vocal Warm Ups – Evynne Hollens

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I’m sharing my favorite vocal warm-up tips with you all. Hope you find these helpful! Happy singing!
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41 thoughts on “How to Sing: My Favorite Vocal Warm Ups – Evynne Hollens

  1. Tiffany Trout says:

    How much of a range do you have?

  2. Nancy Ham says:

    Thanks, Evynne! I will try these as I try and get my voice back in shape
    after esophagus surgery. Right now I have chest and head voice tones, but
    no mid range.

  3. Darignobullseye says:

    Thank you again Evynne. Much thanks. Very very helpful.

  4. Nichole Tallent says:

    Both of your warm up videos are great! Please keep sharing these tips.
    Maybe even share some tips for getting past the nerves of performing and
    how to not let the nerves effect your voice. I have trouble with that. 

  5. Happy birthday Evynne!! Your voice is so amazing! And thank you for posting

  6. Maria Osorio says:

    Love this! You’re so talented and thanks for being an inspiration!

  7. Love it – thanks a million!

    Will be adding these to my collection of warmups.

    Here’s some fun ones (I’d credit only I can’t remember where I learned them
    from now – it’s been several years) that I use all the time too:

    “Many men” – to the tune of the William Tell Overture (as in “Many men,
    many men, many men men men”)

    “How far is my car?” – Doh-So-Fah-Mi-Doh moving upwards one tone at a time.

    “Spa-ghe-tti-&-Ra-vi-o-li” – Chromatic downwards scales moving up keyboard
    (chest – head voice.

  8. Norma Eich says:

    When I have to sing at church in the morning, I find that I have phlegm in
    my throat. Drinking water does not get rid of it. What do you recommend
    for this?

  9. My voice teacher used to teach me a lot of those 🙂 some were new though

  10. victoriaskyful says:

    I’m directing my school’s a capella group, so I needed some tips on what to
    teach the group! This is very amazing. Thank you!

  11. Megan Whitney says:

    My 4 yo daughter wanted to watch this after the Tangled video, and after
    doing some warm ups she said “hey! My cheek is actually warming up! It’s
    working! Wait, is that what warming up means?” Thanks for a fun morning
    entertainment and music education!

  12. Sarah Reed says:

    Thanks, good tips! I have trouble relaxing when I sing high.

  13. alexandre desrosiers (Aldesian37) says:

    But how can one sing when one’s voice is ugly as fock?

  14. COLIN BRESLIN says:

    i don´t warm up when i sing should i start

  15. M Naufal Williand says:

    Thank you so much👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

  16. inge smit says:

    where did all the vlogs go?? i watched 2014 and then now 2015 there only
    3???? please help me out where are they? did you stop?? i only find the
    lessons but nothing anymore????

  17. SarahPrincess says:

    you look so beautiful in here! This warm up is very helpful. Thank you :)

  18. Mandy Dennert says:

    🙂 you made me smile and laugh, it was enjoyable. I like you, thank you for
    this video.

  19. Leticia Alvarez says:

    damn I owned that zeeeeeyaaaaa

  20. Autumn Peirson (Springfairy) says:

    I used to be in choir and we did lip buzzes, always wondered why my nose
    started itching.XD

  21. Ivan Chua says:

    thanks alot for this! great set of vids for beginners, i especially enjoyed
    this and the belting vids. subscribed!

  22. Rita Boulos says:

    Hello, I read that singing in the morning can be damaging and that the body
    needs about 3 hours before it is ready. I googled that when I hurt myself
    singing right when I got up, I was actually trying to belt. So what is your
    intake on that subject? You mentioned doing the warm-ups in the
    shower……..I want to practice in the morning because this is “my time”,
    when the kids are at school. So, what do you think?

  23. Music Man's Ladies Band says:

    Love this warm up! I want to include it in my everyday routine. thank you
    for this 🙂

  24. Jojit Tomenio says:

    thanks for the tips…..really appreciate it.

  25. Jim Tabasz says:

    I have to compliment you on this warmup piece. I happened upon it when I
    needed some guidance for an audition, never having done a vocal audition
    before. I must tell you I was accepted into an operatic Chorus, and I
    credit your relaxation and chest voice warmups greatly! Thanks!

  26. lucy farrell says:

    She is amazing I have never been able to sing this high it’s amazing

  27. TheCrimsonCurse says:

    SO appreciate this series. As someone looking to improve their voice and
    not knowing where to start, your videos are a lifesaver.

  28. Laugh Love Shop says:

    I’d love if you would do a full warm up on video. It’d be nice to do them
    all along with you.

  29. ThereforeStand says:

    watched a lot of singers,you are a great informative creative
    teacher,thanks for the info

  30. EInAhpEts D says:

    Dear god her lip buzzing is adorable.

  31. Lan Bán Vàng says:

    you look like Mariah Carey

  32. Hailey Mckinney says:

    It is important to keep yourself hydrated especially during vocal performances.

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