The word on the street is this:
I really want to sing, but I can’t sing in tune.
I suck! My pitch was always off… it was like navigating a dark room.
I have no idea what I’m doing.
I want to sing super bad, but I can’t sing anything!
I am a bit apprehensive, because nothing is worse than singing off pitch.
(notice all the I’s)
And then there’s this:
“We used to laugh at my father-in-law because he was so tone deaf. Luckily for us he never attempted to sing in front of us.”
Goodness! With that kind of self-fear, who would ever want to learn how to sing, much less have the confidence to take singing lessons, or, GASP, sing in public!
I’d like to introduce a new concept singing lessons.
If you let it, it takes all the fear out of learning how to sing.
It’s so simple, and part of a process, that you just breathe in and do it.
I can show you how.