She spent most of last year touring and promoting her critically acclaimed fifth album, If We Dig Any Deeper […] When Whitney Nichole Cytryn discovered the benefits of straw singing she was blown away – but concerned about her growing use of single use plastic. Gigging, touring, using our voice non-stop – and the unthinkable happens…
You don’t need to be an experienced jazz singer to attend, but you do need an interest in the […] With a three-month 56-gig tour just around the corner, vocal health is a top priority for singer songwriter Sarah Mc Quaid.
UK-based folk singer Sarah Mc Quaid knows only too well how gruelling life on the road can be.
A few years back Guy Sebastian began experiencing vocal difficulties – and immediately feared the worst.
The self-taught singer, who is currently promoting new track Choir, had always enjoyed good vocal health so the sudden change was concerning and mystifying.
With the October 31 deadline looming and the political crisis deepening, singers need to be as prepared as they can be for a no-deal Brexit.
Here at i Singmag we don’t (unfortunately) have a crystal ball.
Bandzoogle will now host artist sites for Host Baby, as the storied web hosting […] How do allergies occur in the first place? Vocal coach and allergy sufferer, Kate Cubley, decided to do some research on this debilitating but common condition.
We all might be guilty of taking our voices for granted whilst they remain happy and healthy.
Road trips, road kill, beer, baseball, addiction and depression – Darrin Bradbury writes about the minutiae of life in modern America.