What "You Can Sing ANYTHING!" Is All About! Mission Statement

I, like many contemporary singing teachers, don’t believe in “rules” governing proper singing. I am the anarchist of singing teachers, if you will. The rebel. I question everything regardless of the source unless it’s objective evidence.

There is no such thing as an ideal singing singing posture. There is no such thing as proper breathing technique. THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A BAD SINGING HABIT.

I’m tired of “woo-woo” technique and ridiculous exercises that accomplish little more than making a distracted fool out of you as the teacher pulls money from your unsuspecting pocket. If you want to learn how to sing a your favorite songs, THEN JUST PRACTICE SINGING THE SONGS!

These people are either intentionally malicious or unknowingly uneducated. Classically trained singers are often times the culprits of the ladder category.

Beginners, particularly those who use the internet to learn to sing, are often too shy or anxious to find a singing teacher in real life. I was! They’re preyed upon by unknowledable teachers. I’m here to provide people with accurate knowledge and the ability to learn on their own.

I'm here to provide EVERYONE with ACCURATE, OBJECTIVE information on "How to Sing." To give people the opportunity to learn what THEY want to learn without being held to mainstream opinion on technique which, for some reason unbeknownst to me, is still based off of 200 year old operatic singing technique.

That’s right. The majority of the information you’re learning is based systems of singing before we even knew that the larynx was the vocal source. Back when we believed that sound was caused by air whirling around in imaginary cavities in your head! Like wind going through a window!

There are many reasons as to why operatic technique does not even remotely apply to contemporary technique which I will discuss in my next post.

I'm here to put an end to this type of thinking and bring the singing community closer to the truth.

Read the debate this post was inspired by!