As much as it looks natural and second nature for some singers, it takes an abundance of qualities to be a successful vocal entertainer.
Knowing the skills you lack and merely wishing you were better will not lead to vocal success.
It’s time now for you to identify some key areas that go into the mix of a well-rounded vocal performer.
I’m speaking of aspects beyond warm-up and exercises, practicing in the mirror using the hairbrush as your microphone.
This week why don’t you choose 2 or three aspects of the list below as areas to develop:
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* Movement skills
* Stamina to vamp as long as you want
* Audience interaction and crowd management
* Interaction with band members
* Online fan base management
* Song writing and publishing
* Band decisions
* Song lists and keys
* Event consciousness (How many wedding songs do you know? How about the National Anthem?)
* Sound equipment, i.e., mics, chords, mixing boards, amplifiers, pre-amps, reverbs and effects, EQ software, voice-enhancing programs…
The list of possible things to be aware of is endless, of course, but just choose 2 or 3 things from this list as a start.
Find Your Testing Ground
I grew up in a time when there were many community opportunities to compete as a musical talent.
Louisville, KY, was a great environment for the arts, and I auditioned for every thing and usually got in.
In your community, too, there are probably places to test out your skills and develop them without the pressure of “big-time” stakes.
This experimentation is so key and is missing in the lives of most young performers I see.
Explore youth choirs in your area and church and P&W(Praise and Worship) groups where you can work on your writing and performance skills and get great feedback from audiences comprised of your peers.