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Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan wrote the book on contemporary vocal technique – literally. Sing Like You Speak™: Simply and Naturally. SLYS™ is specifically designed to restore the effortless vocal production that is natural to the human instrument making your singing powerful, joyful and free. Sally has been successfully training singers for more than 30 years.

Sally has helped her clients heal vocal damage, expand vocal range, land a Broadway show, record their own music and tour internationally without vocal fatigue or strain.

Your voice in fact, is constantly vibrating and alive. It’s a real high when you can let your singing go.

Before I developed Sing Like You Speak I always had the feeling that my real voice was trapped inside of me – frozen. I knew it was there but I could not figure out how to release the best part of my singing.

Now with Sing Like You Speak technique my voice is free and powerful and released. I see this same vocal freedom in my students. It’s very exciting!

Sally Morgan

Click here to begin to learn how to sing like you speak with a lesson my online singer training website, SingLikeYouSpeak.com. The vocal technique you will learn about in this video lesson will help you let it go!

I look forward to your comments and questions and to hear you sing.

Visit me at SingLikeYouSpeak.com

breathe,
Sally

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Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan wrote the book on contemporary vocal technique – literally. Sing Like You Speak™: Simply and Naturally. SLYS™ is specifically designed to restore the effortless vocal production that is natural to the human instrument making your singing powerful, joyful and free. Sally has been successfully training singers for more than 30 years.

Sally has helped her clients heal vocal damage, expand vocal range, land a Broadway show, record their own music and tour internationally without vocal fatigue or strain.

Singers, when your jaw is tight nothing goes well with your singing. You can’t get a good opening inhale. When your tight jaw won’t drop open for the inhale, you can’t active those lowest abs and back muscles that make your singing powerful. Your sound can actually get trapped and held by the jaw.

As a voice teacher, I am always saying, “Drop the jaw! Open up!” What’s funny is the response that I get so often which is a very frustrated, “I AM!” Not so much.

Watching in a mirror while your are singing is really the only way to know.

Enjoy this video lesson from SingLikeYouSpeak.com my online singing lesson website. This is an actual lesson. You won’t get to see the good stuff in this video anywhere else.

Sally Morgan

Watch this video lesson from my online training to get a tip that will relieve jaw tension.

I love to hearing about your vocal technique and your singing progress!

breathe,
Sally Morgan

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Women Of Substance

Women of Substance Radio has been on the air for 4 years. We broadcast 24/7 on the Live365 Network and iTunes Radio garnering fans from all over the world. WOSRadio plays the BEST female artists, both label and Indie, in all genres. We hand-pick all of our music starting with icons of the past like Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon, Fleetwood Mac, Heart, Tracy Chapman, Mariah Carey, No Doubt, Tori Amos, Sarah McLachlan, Jewel, Michelle Branch, Kelly Clarkson, Sara Bareilles, Colbie Caillat, Adele, Carrie Underwood, Amy Winehouse, Feist, Christina Perri and so many more. Women of Substance take submissions from Indies and our review board selects only the best quality artists and songs that can stand up next to the forementioned superstars. Indie artists we have chosen early in their career have gone on to be Top 24 on American Idol, win second place on the Bravo show Platinum Hit, and one artist is currently a chosen contestant on NBC’s The Voice.



Women Of Substance Radio Top 20 Tracks

Joanna Rutzky

Joanna Rutzky is a singer/songwriter based in DeKalb, IL. She is the lead singer/songwriter/keyboards for Fue, an alternative pop/rock band. As part of Fue, Joanna has performed showsat venues throughout the country including the main stage of the Cornerstone Festival. She traveled over 3,000 miles playing shows in ten states as part of the 2012 Extreme Tour. Recently, Joanna has embarked on a series of solo acoustic shows at venues throughout the Midwest. This solo project allows her to develop new songs in a setting that is different than with her full band.

1. Sorry
Joanna Rutzky

2.As She Is
Jenny James

3.Room For Me
Nikki Nash

4.Better
Tivoli Skye

5. What Is Love
Rachel Layne

6. I Am Yours (feat. Evan Prewitt)
Tivoli Skye

7. Promise
Tivoli Skye

8. It’s Ok
Karin

9. Choices
Aria Dark

10. Lost Love
Maini Sorri

11. Tear Drop
Kyra Nicole

12. Awoken Heartbroken
Maini Sorri

13. Soldier’s Song
Lakotah

14. Go On
FUE

15. Chocolate Covered Glasses
Emma Klein

16. Change My World
Kristine Jackson

17. She Can’t Stand Still
Carly Cole

18. Beating Heart
Greta

19. Head Held High
Lara Nole

20. Lonely Together
Katrin Johansson


Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan wrote the book on contemporary vocal technique – literally. Sing Like You Speak™: Simply and Naturally. SLYS™ is specifically designed to restore the effortless vocal production that is natural to the human instrument making your singing powerful, joyful and free. Sally has been successfully training singers for more than 30 years.

Sally has helped her clients heal vocal damage, expand vocal range, land a Broadway show, record their own music and tour internationally without vocal fatigue or strain.

Singers are always wanting more power from their voices. It is the best feeling when your singing is grounded and strong – using all the right muscles to free your voice. Understand that the purpose of singing lessons is to create good habits so that you can be free to express yourself through the music.

So I’m going to share a voice lesson from my online singing lesson website. In this video lesson you will learn an exercise that, simply by the nature of the exercise, encourages using the correct use of deep muscles to produce a healthy sound.

Sally Morgan

Click here to watch the singing lesson video.

Enjoy! I look forward to your comments and questions and to hearing you sing.

breathe,
Sally Morgan

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Header_DenigrataA Lecturer in Popular Music at a British Higher Education institution, Denigrata Herself is undertaking her PhD in women in extreme metal. She is also the front woman/guitarist in Denigrata, an experimental black metal collective. Denigrata have coined the term noir concrête for their music, meaning the avant-garde dark noise initiated by Pierre Schaeffer and Karlheinz Stockhausen finds a different rhizomatic existence within their contemporary black metal performance space.

Denigrata Herself is a gender theorist whose research and publications to date focus on body performativity, reclamation of female space, tattooing, graphic novels, death metal and black metal. She is part of the International Society for the Study of Metal Music (ISMMS) and sits on various academic and equal rights boards in the UK.

For over a decade she was a lead guitarist in British death metal bands, she was signed to and worked for various independent record labels and now devotes her time to lecturing, researching and performing. She is choir master for her departmental chamber choir and presents annual post-modern renderings of canonical classical pieces with her choir, a string quartet, a contemporary band and Ableton performers.

Denigrata Herself – All for Love: Creativity and Emotional Investment in the Composition Process

July 2015

Is it possible to fall in love with the music you make? This is a question I regularly ask myself. Is it purely a solipsistic endeavour, all bound and tied with arrogance and self-proclamation or is this kind of deep engagement necessary in order to produce work of any serious quality? Anyone musician who feels what they do, and when I say feel, I mean feels an impact that strikes right at the heart of who you are, will understand what I mean. Yet it is very difficult to articulate because music contains an enigma, as the Structural Anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss suggests,

Since music is a language with some meaning at least for the immense majority of humankind, although only a tiny minority of people are capable of formulating a meaning in it, and since it is the only language with the contradictory attributes of being at once intelligible and untranslatable, the musical creator is a being comparable to the gods, and music itself the supreme mystery of the science of humanity, a mystery that all the various disciplines come up against and which holds the key to their progress. (http://www.quoteland.com/author/Claude-Levi-Strauss-Quotes/1397/)

He states some pretty significant, albeit lofty sentiments here but knowing whether he is correct or not is another matter. Gauging content is no easy task and surely a vast degree of that decision making process is subjective. Is Lévi-Strauss suggesting that all composers/musicians are comparable to gods or merely some of them…

Social media seems to rather like attempting to compare the lyrical content for example, of say Led Zeppelin against that of Nikki Minaj, suggesting of course that the latter holds little to no true musical qualities against that of former. However, how can we compare the two when their aims are so vastly different? The subjective experience of Plant cannot be compared of Minaj because they are different people with different pressures and experiences so to my mind, regardless of whether you actually like them or not, it is simply irrelevant to attempt this type of comparison. It’s like comparing apples and oranges, fruitless…or something…

However if all artists can fall in love with their creativity, then why wouldn’t they? You could never accuse Kanye for example, for having no passion in his music even if he has a particular disregard or inattentiveness to Queen? And I’m not entirely convinced it is actually the job of the listener to deride or castigate those they simply find no value in, when it is clear that others do.

To be clear, I am only talking of the music. I am not talking about ideological positions or label interests or fiscal incentives. All of these are very separate and problematic issues and muddy the creative engagement, skew the intent and pull things into different realms.

To cut back all of the crap and to solely focus on the musical engagement only, seems to be something that should be the main impetus, but gets side-lined. Whether you are famous or not, whether you are signed, touring, whatever, when it comes down to the substantia of why you write and perform music, it should be because you are in love with it. When you play your music, it should fill every single sense in your body, mind and soul with fire, your entire being should feel like the gods themselves are coursing through your veins and in that singular performance moment, there is nothing else. There is only the music.

I have just finished in the studio with Denigrata and this is exactly how I feel. When I pick up my guitar, I feel the power of the distortion sparking through the ends of my fingers, I feel the scream explode through my body and blast down the mic and I know, as a musician, there is nowhere else I’d rather be. On stage, with Denigrata.

There is a special bond with the people you make music with and it’s something that being a singular artist in previous incarnations, I missed terribly. The members of Denigrata are astonishing, intuitive musicians. They are phenomenal human beings and they know what they’re doing. I trust them. This creates the foundations of creativity because if you don’t trust someone, you will never be able to let your creativity out. We create vistas of beauty and destruction, coexisting in the void that shakes the foundations of reality and mirrors the pain of existence. Lévi-Strauss goes on to suggest,

The musical emotion springs precisely from the fact that at each moment the composer withholds or adds more or less than the listener anticipates on the basis of a pattern that he thinks he can guess, but that he is incapable of wholly divining. If the composer withholds more than we anticipate, we experience a delicious falling sensation; we feel we have been torn from a stable point on the musical ladder and thrust into the void. When the composer withholds less, the opposite occurs: they force us to perform gymnastic exercises more skillful than our own. (http://www.quoteland.com/author/Claude-Levi-Strauss-Quotes/1397/)

And this is exactly the point – attention and connection. If you pay attention and connect with music, then you have discovered something extraordinary, something so special that nobody can take away. The crucible of creativity gives us everything we could ever need and so I urge you, if you feel that creative pulse, that drum beat in the pit of your stomach, listen to it, obey it and let it consume you until it is done. As Bukowski says, ‘when it is truly time, and if you have been chosen, it will do it by itself and it will keep on doing it until you die or it dies in you. There is no other way and there never was.’ (http://www.rebellesociety.com/2012/10/22/writing-lab-advice-from-charles-bukowski/)

Comments are welcome. Denigrata Herself can be contacted at denigrataherself@horizonvumusic.com


Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan wrote the book on contemporary vocal technique – literally. Sing Like You Speak™: Simply and Naturally. SLYS™ is specifically designed to restore the effortless vocal production that is natural to the human instrument making your singing powerful, joyful and free. Sally has been successfully training singers for more than 30 years.

Sally has helped her clients heal vocal damage, expand vocal range, land a Broadway show, record their own music and tour internationally without vocal fatigue or strain.

Singers with a tight tongue usually are unaware of the tension. They usually know there is something inhibiting their natural sound – a sound that is free and beautiful.

Sally Morgan

Watch this video lesson from my online training to get a tip that will relieve tongue tension and restore your natural sound.

Enjoy! Leave a comment or a question. I love hearing from you.

Contact Sally Morgan


The Women’s International Music Network Announces 2015 She Rocks Summer NAMM Showcase Performers

She Rocks Summer NAMM Showcase performers Grace and Chelsea Constable (top left); Pearl (top right); Katie Garibaldi (bottom left); Bryce Hitchcock (center); and Taylor Tote (bottom right).

She Rocks Summer NAMM Showcase performers Grace and Chelsea Constable (top left); Pearl (top right); Katie Garibaldi (bottom left); Bryce Hitchcock (center); and Taylor Tote (bottom right).

June 15, 2015, Nashville, Tenn. The Women’s International Music Network (WiMN) is pleased to announce the finalists selected to perform at the 2015 She Rocks Summer NAMM Showcase, taking place Thursday, July 9, 2015, from 8:30-10:30 p.m., at The Listening Room Cafe in Nashville, Tennessee, during the 2015 Summer NAMM trade show.

Featured performers include singer-songwriter and guitarist sister duo Grace and Chelsea Constable from Jonesborough, Tennessee; Chicago-based singer-songwriter Pearl; San Francisco-based singer-songwriter and guitarist Katie Garibaldi; Nashville-based singer-songwriter and actress Bryce Hitchcock; and singer-songwriter Taylor Tote from New Jersey. The performers were chosen based on their submissions to thewimn.com.

The selection process for the 2015 She Rocks Summer NAMM Showcase was difficult but extremely inspiring, as we received a lot of submissions from tremendously talented women from all over the country. We are very excited to showcase talented women spanning multiple genres,” said WiMN Founder Laura B. Whitmore.

Grace and Chelsea Constable started playing guitar when they were 9 and 10, respectively, and are a powerfully dynamic sister duo. At 13, Grace has just completed writing, arranging, and producing her debut CD. With her Taylor 812ce in hand, Grace has set goals to make a living as a singer/songwriter/guitarist, and is truly honored to have an association with her favorite guitar manufacturer, Taylor Guitars. Chelsea was considered a prodigy at 11 years old, filming an instructional video and demoing products for several different companies. She’s been featured and advertised in many major guitar publications, and at 13, closed the show at Muriel Anderson’s All-Star Guitar Night featuring Les Paul and Steve Morse. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/chelseaconstablemuzak.

Pearl is a Chicago-based singer-songwriter whose voice is reminiscent of Corrine Bailey Rae’s richness and style. In early 2013, she shined as one half of an acoustic duo performing covers during the Common Ground Foundation gala – an event and organization founded by hip hop artist and Chicago native, Common. Find out more about Pearl at www.pearlprojects.org.

Katie Garibaldi is a singer-songwriter and guitarist who lives in the golden city of San Francisco. With her seventh full-length album, Follow Your Heart, and an endorsement deal with Breedlove Stringed Instruments, she has proven to be an artist with staying power. Garibaldi has a characteristic musical style wherein her equally pop and country-tinged folk-rock give her a distinguished and soul, Americana sound. Visit www.katiegaribaldi.com for more information.

Bryce Hitchcock is a singer-songwriter and actress from Nashville. Hitchcock started performing at the age of 7 and was doing session work in Nashville for major labels at 8. Her sound is a blending of folk, blues, jazz, pop, with a hint of country. She has written songs for TV and film, and her voice can be heard as the character of Deuce in the newly released Final Fantasy Type-0 HD video game. Find out more about Hitchcock at www.brycehitchcock.com.

Taylor Tote is a singer-songwriter who hails from New Jersey. At 19, Tote was named by NJ.com as one of the “25 Must-Hear Local Bands for her big voice, old soul style.” “She is dominating, empowering, strong, soft, sexy, and insanely fun”, writes the Aquarian Weekly. Her self-titled four-song debut EP was released this past February, and her songs are her heart. Visit www.taylortote.com for more information.

The She Rocks Summer NAMM Showcase will take place in Nashville, Tennessee, on Thursday, July 9, 2015, from 8:30-10:30 p.m. at The Listening Room Cafe, located at 217 2nd Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37201, a short walk from the Summer NAMM convention at the Music City Center. There is a suggested $5 donation.

The showcase is sponsored by 108 Rock Star Guitars, Taylor Guitars, Lightning 100, and Guitar World magazine’s Acoustic Nation. To learn more, visit www.thewimn.com/the-2015-she-rocks-summer-namm-showcase.
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About The Women’s International Music Network (WiMN)

Founded in 2012, the Women’s International Music Network unites women who work within all facets of the music and audio industries. With thewimn.com as its hub, the WiMN provides a community for women within the industry while enriching their careers and musical experiences through networking and sharing. The Women’s International Music Network produces events such as the Women’s Music Summit, the WiMN She Rocks Showcases, and the She Rocks Awards, and is founded by music industry veteran Laura B. Whitmore. For more information, visit www.thewimn.com.

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MEDIA CONTACT:
Pauline France
The Women’s International Music Network
1-480-567-4887
pauline@thewimn.com


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Amy Speace_Your Authentic Voice

Announcing…

A FALL SONGWRITING WORKSHOP & RETREAT
OCTOBER 29-NOVEMBER 1, 2015

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PENUEL RIDGE SPIRITUAL RETREAT CENTER
ASHLAND CITY, TN
LIMITED TO 16

An intimate songwriting retreat at the Penuel Ridge Retreat Center in Ashland City, TN (30 minutes from Nashville, TN). We will spend an extraordinary weekend in conversation about finding our truest voices in our writing, singing and in performance, helping each other bring out our best selves on the page and through our voices, creating a collaborative and safe community to stretch our talents, maybe finding new ways of accessing our own ‘truths’. Along the way, you will learn some new tools, maybe meet a new co-writing friend, and perhaps write a song within the weekend. We will spend each morning on the craft of writing and each afternoon on the craft of performance. There will be ample opportunity to write, hike, meditate, retreat as well. Evening song shares, guest artist conversations (TBA).

Tentative Schedule:

Thursday: Arrive by 6pm. Welcome dinner. Opening Ceremony & Concert
Friday and Saturday: All day workshops, time for writing and hiking, meditation, yoga. Evening guest lectures/concerts/guitar pulls
Sunday: Morning meditation/yoga. Brunch. Final song shares & closing ceremony

PRICES:
Early Bird Rate (register by August 30th)
Loft Room (sleeps 7): $400
Semi-Private (sleeps 2-4) Room: $425
After August 30th
Loft Room: $450
Semi-Private Room: $475

Price includes all meals, lodging Thursday – Saturday nights, airport shuttle, workshop fee’s.

Amy Speace has taught songwriting and performance over the past 8 years at The Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Song School (Lyons, CO), Berklee College of Music (Boston, MA), The Swannanoa Gathering (Asheville, NC), Sisters Folk Festival Americana Song Academy (Sisters, OR), Kerrville Songwriter’s School (Kerrville, TX), Lamb’s Retreat For Songwriters (Michigan), Young Voices Inspire Songwriting Camp for Girls (Indianpolis, IN) and Crested Butte Center for The Arts (Crested Butte, CO). She is a graduate of Amherst College and studied acting at The National Shakespeare Conservatory in NYC. She toured with The National Shakespeare Company as an actress and educator. She was a company member of Expanded Arts, NYC and did many roles within and without NYC as an actor. She was the Artistic Director of Five Points Theater Company under the Henry Street Settlement/Abrons Arts Center in NYC, creating a theater outreach to the local public schools. Besides her busy touring and recording schedule as a singer-songwriter, she also teaches privately in Nashville and via Skype.

REGISTER

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3 July 2015

Sarah Jospitre, Editor, HorizonVU Music Blog

Sarah has an ever increasing pool knowledge of the fast-changing music industry landscape. She has earned a Masters in Music Business at New York University (NYU) and she has worked for hip-hop music mogul Sean “P. Diddy” Combs’ Bad Boy Worldwide Entertainment, EMI Music Publishing, CBS Radio and most recently, Russell Simmons’ celebrity blog, GlobalGrind. As Editor, Sarah brings not only her knowledge, but her passion for music journalism and discovering emerging talent.

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Maura Kennedy
Villanelle: The Songs of Maura Kennedy and B.D. Love
(Varèse Sarabande Records, 2015)

(Not) Formerly one-half of the folk-rock band, The Kennedys, Maura Kennedy is back with her sophomore studio album, Villanelle: The Songs of Maura Kennedy and B.D. Love. The concept for Villanelle first came to the singer/multi-instrumentalist after reading Love’s collection of short stories entitled, A Day in the Life of a Severed Head. One particular story, “Stitches,” inspired Kennedy to write a song using the poet’s dialogue and literary characters. From that, a musical genius plan was born: the writer/poet/professor would send Kennedy poems and she would fit them to music―Love’s only ingenious twist being that he would make no effort to craft the poems in music-friendly form; challenging Kennedy to think outside the box to work a melody into them.

The result is a 15-track collection with the album’s title and opening track taking on the form of a 19-line poem consisting of five tercetsMaura Kennedy_2014_200x300 (any three lines of poetry, rhymed or unrhymed, metered or unmetered) followed by a quatrain (a type of stanza, or a complete poem, consisting of four lines). With effortlessly soothing vocals similar to a mother’s calming lullaby, choir-like melodies strengthening the chorus as well as dominant “twangy” guitars that solidify an ever-present old western feel throughout the album, Villanelle sets the tone for the rest of Kennedy and Love’s musical lovechild.

The beautiful, complicated and fragile tones and textures present in Kennedy’s vocals as well as the country-like guitars found in the opening track can also be heard on the folk rocker “Bicycles with Broken Spokes,” the love-and-longing-themed “Mockingbird,” and the powerful “Borrowed Dress,” which offers an emotional tale of immigration. As a result, such titles are reminiscent of the works of country-folk singer-songwriter Tish Hinojosa and Kennedy’s mentor, Nanci Griffith.

An incredible element that holds true throughout Villanelle, thus, elevating its words and music to a higher level of artistry is the juxtaposition of effortlessly sweet melodies to emotionally-charged, heavy lyrics. In “Darling Cutter”―which discusses the hardships of a teenager’s life that results in the youth physically harming himself―the same vibrant old-time country guitars (acoustic guitars, bass and percussion played by Maura with a gut string solo by Pete Kennedy) remain powerful yet do not overpower Kennedy’s voice, which in giving off a surprising 1990s alt-rock, angsty vibe sings, “Your stupid face/that nappy hair/You ugly slut/You’re fat and fatter/Why don’t you just jump off/Some roof somewhere?” The same technique is found in the slow and ethereal “I Cried to Dream Again” (with acoustic guitars played by Maura; drums, bass, electric guitar and banjo played by Pete): “I had a dream/I was circumscribed by flame/When I heard you call my name” and in the bluesy, “She Worked Her Magic on Me” (acoustic guitars played by Maura; bass, electric guitar, mandolin and a gut string solo played by Pete): “She put me into a box/And then secured all the locks/And then she cut me in half/Said it was good for a laugh/She worked her magic on me.”

Ranging from old time country to upbeat and bluesy to slow and ethereal, Villanelle: The Songs of Maura Kennedy and B.D. Love proves that the East Coast veteran singer-songwriter’s effort to intertwine her voice and B.D. Love’s words in an effortlessly magnetic way was a success. Kennedy has composed a musically innovative collection where rhythm and phrasing follow poetic image instead of the other (conventional) way around.

Tracklist:

01. Villanelle
02. Bicycles With Broken Spokes
03. Darling Cutter
04. I Cried to Dream Again
05. Fireflies
06. Soldier’s Wife
07. Be the One
08. Mockingbird
09. She Worked Her Magic on Me
10. Borrowed Dress
11. Coyotes
12. Father to the Man
13. I’ll Be Alone Tonight
14. Breathe Deeply, Love
15. Beneath the Mistletoe

For more about Maura and her music, visit: MauraKennedy.com as well as on Facebook and Twitter.

To find out more about B.D. Love or to order his books of poetry and fiction, visit: BDLove.org.

Sarah Jospire receives comments and suggestions at sarah@horizonvumusic.com


Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan wrote the book on contemporary vocal technique – literally. Sing Like You Speak™: Simply and Naturally. SLYS™ is specifically designed to restore the effortless vocal production that is natural to the human instrument making your singing powerful, joyful and free. Sally has been successfully training singers for more than 30 years.

Sally has helped her clients heal vocal damage, expand vocal range, land a Broadway show, record their own music and tour internationally without vocal fatigue or strain.

Singers, your body is your instrument. It’s a brilliant, perfect musical instrument when you allow it to work naturally. To work well, you instrument must be straight and strong, open and flexible.

Sally Morgan_Shoulder Relaxation

The equivalent of poor posture is taking the neck of a guitar and bending it, expecting it to still be playable and sound great. Life is busy, tense, filled w/activities that make our shoulders tight – throwing your body alignment out of whack.

Watch this video lesson, an actual lesson from SingLikeYouSpeak.com, my online voice lesson website. Enjoy! Enjoy!

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