how to sing in tune

1 Easy Tip to Sing Better!

Once it was an 11 minute ab workout... Then, it was a 7 minute ab workout...

Same thing with razors... One razor blade used to do the trick, and now 19, or whatever the current number is, is the only way to go...

WELL! Here's 1 (ONE) TIP to make you a better singer!

Heed this info well, my good friends, for it will work!

Here's the video:


Let me know if you 'gots questions!



How Karaoke Saved My Life!

Everybody’s having a blast a karaoke... Except me.

These people were ripping out Whitney Houston, Adele, all the great Broadway tunes, and after they got done singing they were rewarded with high-fives, hugs and complimentary shots.

Not Me... just crickets.

I felt terrible, here you are all having a great time and all I got was the obligatory sideway glances and congratulatory pats on the back.

I was so embarrassed…

An acquaintance regaled this story to me after I mentioned that I was an opera singer, and had a voice lessons studio in the Boulder area.

Now, what can we do to learn from this infomation?

We don’t want to be embarrased or fail! We all wanna slay the dragon - be the hero, save the day, or just kick some serious tushy at karaoke!

I propose a few ways to move forward from here:

1.      This might seem a bit obvious, but choose an appropriate song. Do some research; sing along to some karaoke tracks at home, and see if you can actually hit all the notes.

2.      Take some voice lessons.
Voice teachers can help you learn how to sing better. Actually, these videos that I made will help you learn to sing better, and are totally free.

3.      Practice, Practice, Practice – but practice with proper technique. If you don’t know proper technique, see #2.

These ideals can appeal to all types of performing – School plays, Community theatre, Auditions…

Any more questions? Hit me up in the comments section below, or email me at

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I can't stop starting at 'dat Class

The perks just keep on coming, my friends.

When you are in the studio here at, we do an Old Skool thang that has been tested through time.

All the Singing Students in the studio, at the end of the semester, get together for a studio class.

We all gather to sing in front of each other, wall practice the same technique, and basically… we all sound awesome.

Bestable of all, we get to practice the songs we've been werkin' on in front of real life non-digital people!

This is where your skillz get put to the test.

Competition, my lovelies, is what makes the cream rise to the top…

"Anyone who imagines they can work alone winds up surrounded by nothing but rivals, without companions. The fact is, no one ascends alone."
- Lance Armstrong (The greatest, hardest working athlete that ever lived)

So, get on that bike/horse/eagle, fly over here to, and sign up for your free eBook filled with great singing tips!

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Boulder Voice Lessons

I hate my voice

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.

Sign up for a private lesson in Boulder, CO