How To Sing 80s Metal – Part 2 –

Vocal Coach Ken Tamplin Coaches How To Sing 80’s Metal –
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44 thoughts on “How To Sing 80s Metal – Part 2 –”

  1. Christopher Simmons

    I hear Ronnie James Dio in your voice and you have that same wonderful warm
    personality to match :)

  2. Martin Bührer

    Ken, I absolutely love your videos. Your little explanations at the end of
    each song have helped me a lot to enhance my singing. I would be really
    interested if you can emulate Eric Adams’ vocal style. I’m asking because
    lots of singers have the pitch, but almost all lose power as they go
    higher. What’s your opinion on that?

    Cheers and greetings from germany!

  3. Bob Hohenberger

    This is a great singing lesson on How to Sing 80s Metal – Part 2 – from This is gnarly, Dude! Way to Belt and Wail!
    Your How to Sing Better than anyone else course can teach anyone to sing
    like this if they put their heart into it!

  4. Yo Ken. Saw you when you were in Shout. New Danville PA. Awesome show btw.
    I have all your solo, Shout, and Magdalan CD’s. You ever gonna do anything
    metal again in the future? 

  5. BandWagonBumper

    P-R-O-F-E-S-S-I-O-N-A-L!!! Brings a grin to my face as I picture Ken
    walking onto the X-Factor in front of an unsuspecting panel of judges about
    to have their faces blown off by awesomeness. LoL

  6. I love your passion for music. I have been a fan since the Shout days when
    you closed out one night at Icthuse. I must say I enjoy playing my bass at
    church when the music calls for the Power Ballad style. Thanks!

  7. My gag reflex gets in my way every time I sing. I start to feel as if I’m
    going to choke.
    I use to be complimented sounding like Cinderella’s Tom Keifer and
    Defleppard’s Joe Elliot. A few short circuit bands back in the awesome 80s
    would call me up on stage to either sing lead or backup. When the song
    verse had its very high temple, luckily the other guy came in so those
    songs wouldn’t burn so bad.
    If only I knew then, What I’m learning today, but this 45 year old can
    still scream some notes.
    You rock Ken, thanks for all that you do.

  8. I love the song and your vocal steve and i can’t see a pressure from you
    when you singing high notes your just enjoying. Nice job my friend and i
    hope i can sing like that 🙂 🙂 🙂 God Bless

  9. Love it. Can’t get enough of my 2 Shout albums: In your Face & It won’t be
    Long. Vinyl FTW.

    “Secrets out” not on ether of those albums though.

  10. Douglas Gates

    This is a quesiton for anyone… Is it really possible to sing this well
    for most people? I always thought great singers like this were just gifted,
    and that was that. I would love to sing this well, though.

  11. Pastorgaylal Price

    Ken Lord knows I totally admire God sure has blessed you brother I hope and
    pray we actually meet face to face brother Lord really rocks my when listen
    to you sing Les Carlsen from bloodgood and Michael Sweet from Stryper no
    wonder God hd a total reason to be I want to you know both of my parents
    went home to Jesus for evermore god bless you

  12. Lol, Aerosmith w Brian May guitar described it PERFECTLY… Good tune,
    killer vocal… wow, I gotta subscribe to this channel evidently

  13. newwaveknight1

    Not only a phenomenal vocalist and great composer, but also not afraid to
    rock out for the Lord. I think it’s time for me to add some Shout to my
    music library.

  14. Kristian Mcclintock

    Hey i was wondering if you have any tips on singing in a style more like
    Protest The Hero’s Cest la vie/ reign of unending terror/ songs like that
    without straining your voice? I can sing those songs very well but my
    problem is maintaining the range and intensity of those songs for more than
    one or two songs at a time. I would like to be able to sing sets of these
    types of songs without ruining my voice two songs in. Any ideas/help?

  15. Eventually, with the kind of concentrated practice that enables you to deeply observe what is going on with your apple, you will begin to sing higher and higher without breaks, tension, cracks or trouble.

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