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Want to be a powerful lead singer? Sally Morgan and Sing Like You Speak have some answers to that question.

Learn how to lead your band and be a powerful lead singer. This video gives you vital tips to develop your skills as a powerful singer!

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Singer-songwriter, musical theater singer, pop singer, or shower singer, this post has the keys you need to become a better singer.
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15 thoughts on “Singing Tips / Powerful Lead Singer

  1. PowerfulVoiceofSuccess says:

    Thanks, Swampdog. The short answer to your question about great singers is
    that they never stopped learning, growing, discovering new ways to open
    their ‘instruments’ and serve the music they sang. There are stories about
    Elvis sitting on his back porch w/his guitar for hours on end working to
    get the sound he wanted. Frank sang w/big bands and stood behind the horn
    player to watch them breathe and then did the same w/his singing. Be
    curious about how you can be a better singer and get help!

  2. robyonder says:

    you r wsome. Will check out webbie. . you r wsome.

  3. Dani Zonum says:

    Hi Sally, Ive just found your videos and they’re awesome! Thank you for
    sharing all these tips! I will watch all of the for sure =)

  4. Katie Martin says:

    Such a gorgeous, intelligent woman, hello! I’ve been singing since I was
    very young. As I grew older, I developed a very thick nasal problem. I know
    how to fix it, and I am able to, but the problem is that it takes SO much
    concentration to sing consciously. It seems impossible for me to just
    naturally develop a way to sing with my soft pallet elevated, but the
    bigger problem I’ve found is that my consonants are SO thick, no matter how
    well my resonance is. I have a strong vibrato, but ever since I’ve started
    trying to focus so much on better resonance, I’ve not only lost my great
    emotional capacity, I’ve started to give up singing all together. I feel
    like every time I try, I just can’t make it sound good. And when it Does
    sound good on occasion, it takes so much effort (but not strain) that there
    is no emotion at all. When I sing with emotion, everything becomes loose
    and free, and it feels right, but it sounds so nasally. I just don’t know
    what to do. Do I sound better, or do I sing with emotion and sound like I
    have a head-cold? Have you had any students like this? I am so lost, and no
    one has ever addressed this sort of problem. I would love to hear from you.
    Thank you so much, I love your videos. Hopefully trying to sing with the
    vowel on the beat will help. Thanks again!

  5. Dayna Gilmore says:

    Great video…thank you so much! 

  6. Sambista Nega do Samba says:

    If the lead singer asked the guitar player to go home then how would the
    gig go on? Unless she has two guitar players availlable.

  7. Sambista Nega do Samba says:

    You sing wonderfully!

  8. TOOL CRIB CARTEL says:

    what do you think of the TV show the voice? good for music or bad or is it
    just bullshit.
    btw love your video lessons. bardzo dubsha!

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  10. After reading through these four steps you should have a clear understanding of the simple process you can use to learn to sing in tune.

  11. Ian Rivas says:

    It’s not just music principle – we also study how our music and choir are vital to our worship at St Michael’s.

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