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Improve Your Voice, Don’t Ruin It

Respect your vocal limits as even a slight change in your vocal cords can render your voice unrecognizable. Add to that the fact that the long-term influence of vocal hygiene education and the effectiveness of voice training can never be overstated.

A Few Simple Tips For Overcoming Stage Fright

Are you impacted by stage fear? How do you overcome your fear of singing in front of others? There are very few if any vocalists, who’ll assert they will not get ‘butterflies inside the stomach’ before they start singing. Apprehension along with nervousness can definitely be a harmful blend for any artist. Let’s be honest, if you’re a nervous wreck, you’re probably not having any fun, particularly when on stage. This may cause you to miss accurate notes when singing. If you’ve ever found yourself in this position. Find out what to do..

Where Can I Promote My Music? A Not So Simple Answer to That Question

When it comes to promoting music online it can be quite a task just figuring out exactly where to put your material. Within this article, we will shed some light on this subject in order to help artists be more successful.

Downloading Music Helps Indie Artists

People are helping Indie music artists to succeed by downloading music. The funny thing is that the music is often free.

What Is Deathpop Music? The History of Deathpop (Part 2)

Having been created in 1997 by Paige Haley of the rock band Orgy, Deathpop was a sound that dominated late 90’s rock charts. Yet only a few people can remember this style of music. This is the second part of a three part series documenting a small but poignant blip in rock history.

What Is Deathpop Music? The History of Deathpop (Part 1)

Have you ever heard of Deathpop music? It’s a lesser known sub-genre of Rock, which was at its height in the late 90’s. Read all about the history of this recent movement in music, which is currently on the rise today within Indie Rock.

7 Reasons Why The CAGED System Sucks

WARNING: The CAGED system is crippling your guitar playing progress. By learning the scales with this system you are likely to develop these problems in your guitar playing: Problem #1: Your Guitar Speed Is Going To Suffer Tremendously Being a fast guitar player is difficult for a lot of guitarists because of many reasons. So the CAGED system isn’t necessarily the only reasons why your guitar speed is suffering.

Digital Music Marketing Strategy: How Tunecore Can Catapult Your Income

Using Tunecore and this digital music marketing strategy is the perfect fit for any independent musician looking to increase their sales. Read on to learn how this strategy works and how to use it.

Sexy Rock Music – Top Sexy Songs by Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails)

Everyone knows that Nine Inch Nails’ “Closer” is one of the sexiest songs in rock history. But dig deeper into Trent Reznor’s other bands/projects, you’ll find songs that are as sexy, if not sexier, than that one hit single.

Make My CD At Home or In The Studio? The Pros and Cons of Truly Going Solo

This article covers some of the major advantages and disadvantages of deciding to record music on your own. Trade-offs between working with a band in a studio and recording by yourself are discussed.

Pointers in Choosing Your First Acoustic Guitar

So many factors surround the seemingly simple task of purchasing an acoustic guitar. Actually, there is nothing simple about it. For many, especially those who are buying their first guitar, the pressure could be overwhelming.

We Love Ringo, We Do

There truly has never been a band like The Beatles. Try as you might to find someone else, there simply has not been a band that has revolutionised music in the same way as the Fab Four. Oasis, the Verve, ELO, the Bee Gees, Happy Mondays, the Jam, Coldplay, Nirvana, Arctic Monkeys and The Stone Roses all owe their career to that band.

Compilations: Best Of

This is an article which details when a compilation album may have been the best album of this respective artists career.As such, it acknowledges that singles have a tenacity not often written about.

Ella Fitzgerald: American Jazz Singer, Queen of Jazz, The First Lady of Song and a 50 Year Career

Ella Fitzgerald was classified as a Jazz singer but this talented lady singer was so much more than that. She could sing Jazz, Ballads, Swing and Pop. She had the special talent of being able to sing Scat. She started singing scat while working with Dizzy Gillespie’s band. She started her singing career with Big-bands such as Chuck Webb’s Orchestra. At the time she had several hit songs such as “Love and Kisses” and “If You Can’t Sing it You’ll Have to Swing It”. She had much success with an eight, multiple album Songbook set of artists like Cole Porter, Duke Ellington and others. During her career she won 13 Grammy awards and sold over 40 million records.

Fictional Bands In Popular Songs by Real Bands

This year marks the 40th anniversary of one of the saddest rock ballads of all time. Bad Company’s “Shooting Star” tells the tragic story of a boy who quickly rose to fame, even more quickly fizzled out, and died of an overdose shortly thereafter. The song appeared on the 1975 album Straight Shooter, which also featured the Top Ten hit “Feel Like Makin’ Love.

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