Posts By: Sing Like A Star

Why Don’t I Like My Recorded Voice?

Recorded Singing Voice

Have you ever met a person who doesn’t like their picture taken? Chances are you have. They’ll tell you, “I don’t look good in photographs,” or “I don’t like the way I look in pictures.” People are very self-conscious and self-critical these days, especially in the era of selfies. Meanwhile, most people will tell you… Read more »

Can Your Teeth Affect Your Singing Voice?

Singers and Their Teeth

In most people’s minds, we all want “perfect teeth,” don’t we? They should be straight, with no gaps, pearly white, and make you look like a million bucks, right? Singers especially want nice looking teeth, since they’ll be showing them off to audiences. But what about people with “bad teeth?” Sometimes, “bad teeth” actually help… Read more »

The Benefits of Online Singing Lessons

Online Singing Lessons

In the old days, if you wanted singing lessons you had to literally go somewhere and sit (or stand) with an instructor, in-person, typically for an hour at an agreed upon time and place. But, thanks to technology, online singing lessons are currently available from companies like Sing Like A Star. What are some of… Read more »

The Traits of a Great Song Writer

Songwriting

If you want to study a “great songwriter” for our modern times, then you should definitely research the name “Max Martin.” He was born Martin Sandberg in 1971. The Swedish songwriter has written or co-written more than 20 number-one hit songs on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Any of these songs ring a bell? Katy… Read more »

Reasons to Take Guitar Lessons

Guitar Lessons

If you’ve been thinking about taking lessons to play a musical instrument, you might want to go with the guitar and here’s why: it’s so portable. It’s the one instrument that can end up nearly anywhere, easily, from bars to beaches, bonfires to malls, and everywhere in between. If you take piano, you’ve got to… Read more »

Why Singers Live Great Lives

Singing Careers

If you think of some famous singers you’re familiar with, you probably associate them with wealth, status, travel, and, of course, their fans. If ever there was a profession that could “feed the ego,” it’s singing. If and when you ever get the chance to have 20,000 people chanting/screaming your name while you’re on stage,… Read more »