How To Sing: Iconic Rock Pianist Scott D. Davis Sings “Lights” by Journey

After a two-hour vocal training session in Seattle with Robert Lunte and The Vocalist Studio, Internationally acclaimed solo pianist, Scott D. Davis was singing “Lights” by Journey. This is Scott’s story.

Scott D. Davis is known for translating iconic rock songs into solo piano and offers a suite of piano books for pianists.

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Thanks for sharing your experience, Scott. It is equally a pleasure to work with you. I admire your talent and artistry. My kind of student…! This is not the end of our story together… – Robert Lunte

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3 thoughts on “How To Sing: Iconic Rock Pianist Scott D. Davis Sings “Lights” by Journey”

    1. Well… I understand your concern but, trust me when I tell you, he did… lol… It wasn’t perfect by any means but it was a good strong start and we were both impressed by what he was able to do in such a short amount of time. It really was impressive! There were moments when it was perfect and sounded like Steve Perry, then other moments when it got away from him a bit… Normal voice training stuff.

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