Man In The Box – Robert Lunte – Singing Lessons

. Enjoy this cover from Alice In Chains and their former front man, Layne Staley. Students of singing love Layne Staley it seems, so I felt it was time to offer another cover of this great artist. Special thanks to Synergy Productions and Clay Copeland for their help in bringing this tribute and interpretation to life. For more information about voice lessons or recording vocals contact me here:

16 thoughts on “Man In The Box – Robert Lunte – Singing Lessons”

  1. . Enjoy this cover from Alice In
    Chains and their former front man, Layne Staley. Students of singing love
    Layne Staley it seems, so I felt it was time to offer another cover of this
    great artist. Special thanks to Synergy Productions and Clay Copeland for
    their help in bringing this tribute and interpretation to life. For more
    information about voice lessons or recording vocals contact me here:
    

  2. Very nicely done sir! Looks like you were really enjoying yourself. The 4:00
    mark “feed my eyes” was extremely impressive. Thank you for sharing!

  3. Incredible brother!!!! Love how much your enjoying yourself! Everytime i
    hear this song and the scream of jesus christ it sends chills through my
    whole body!!! Love it!!

  4. Amazing! I’ve been watching your videos for a while, and It’s good to see a
    vocal teacher who claims to be a professional, and can actually prove it.
    How can I afford the 4 pillars of singing? I’m from Venezuela.

  5. Hello sir, you seem to know a lot of singing, I’m struggling with myself
    trying to convince me that I don’t have a voice as horrible as I think…
    Couple days ago I made a cover of space oddity from David Bowie, which I
    thinks fits my vocal range… The thing is that I hated it, the chesty part
    that is the first section of the song which is around the c3 area, I can
    sing like most men very comfortably these notes… But in the second part
    Bowie starts singing from C4, which I find comfortable, but around the
    notes from Eb to above my voice breaks and I think I start using my mix
    voice or lower head voice (I don’t really understand that, I don’t even
    know if I’m really using my diafragma when singing)… My chest range goes
    from E2 to D4 comfortable and sometimes after warming up I can reach E4..my
    questions are: am I a bass singer or a low baritone/baritone? Is it
    supposed that someone could increase the chest range so one can reach the
    f4-g4 without breaking into head voice? Can I improve the way how I sing in
    the low notes like c3 which I find pretty comfortable when singing or I’ll
    have to die with that sound? I read on Wikipedia that bass voices goes from
    e2 to e4 and baritones from g2-g4)..the problem is that I don’t feel my
    voice that thick to be considerated a bass singer.. I try covering David
    Bowie for the fact that I feel that my voice sounds pretty like him, not
    the same really, but just kinda… I’m asking this because I’ve seen that
    he can reach very low and clear notes, but in space oddity in the high
    vocal parts I heard the lead vocal track isolated and it sounds very
    natural, like chesty and I don’t know if I’m loosing my time and he’s just
    a gifted singer or if I could have a similar sound with practice… Sorry
    for making stupidly long this comment, but I have faith in what you know
    and teach sir, I hope you have the time to answer my question… Please
    accept my apologies for my bad English.. Greetings from Ecuador.

  6. Nice pitch, bro.
    I couldn’t help to think of Jack Black and Tenacious D. … that’s a
    compliment. ; )

  7. You killed this! I mean kill as in your rocked the ish out of this!

    I will purchase Four Pillars next week

  8. There’s some tricks that we simply be taught with time and lecturers can go it to you in a greater approach/second.

  9. Your voice is an instrument and it’s naturally designed to work great-if you know how to use it. Learning how to sing better is kind of like learning how to ride a bike.

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