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Everyone has a singing voice

A couple of years ago I was asked by the John Murray show to help a lady named Sheila Cassidy learn to sing a nursery rhyme to her grandson. She had contacted the show as part of their Make A Small Change program that offered listeners the opportunity to try something...

Image of our vocal folds

This Image is taken looking DOWN the throat. Our Vocal Folds sit horizontally in front of our Adams Apple and vibrate horizontally. Knowing that our Vocal Folds vibrate horizontally can be extremely helpful when it comes to singing high and low notes! Why not have a...

Vocal Steaming

If your voice is tired and hoarse or if you’re trying to recover from laryngitis, sometimes a great way of getting some relief is steam your voice. Boil a large kettle of water and pour into a large bowl. Leave the water to cool slightly. Cover your head with a...

The Importance Of Good Posture when Singing.

You would think that standing tall with your head poised on top of your spine would be very simple. But many people are not aware of the importance of posture, and they do not know how to achieve it. As mentioned in my blog “We Are The Instrument,” if our...

Reduce Throat Clearing and Coughing

Try not to get into a throat clearing or coughing habit! I have noticed over the years that before people start singing they begin to start throat clearing and coughing. I even did it myself until I was told how bad it was for my voice. Throat clearing and coughing...

What is the uvula?

I came across this article giving some great information on the uvula. It covers what people originally thought it was used for, such as how we consume food. The actual use of the uvula is that to provide lubrication to aid human speech and singing. I think it is...