Whether it is big band swing, rock 'n' roll, a string quartet performing a concerto, or a trip to the Chicago Blues Festival, most of us enjoy music:
‘How to win friends, and exercise your Brain!’ No matter how you cut it, music makes Life better! Help your brain keep building new neural pathways by listening to music, singing, and moving to music.
The singer, known as 'The Voice' due to his angelic way of singing, has been suffering from vocal paresis for the past four years."
This article illustrates the negative effect that smoking can have on a person's voice. Singers should never be smokers!!
Here is an interesting article from Duke University about taking voice breaks:
It's important for those who speak a lot in their jobs to take regular breaks from speaking to avoid vocal strain and vocal injuries. For more information about healthy voices, visit my website: http://www.allaboutvoice.com/.
"A recent study found that those suffering from moderate to severe dementia did particularly well singing show tunes from movies and musicals."
Let the hills be alive with the sound of music! Singing songs from the "Sound of Music" may help those suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
"Through singing children learn that music expresses their feelings and ideas."
This article tells why singing is so important for your young child and you. Now's the time to sing with your children or grandchildren!
From Beth Lawrence
If you're serious about singing then you've got to take care of your voice. Here are some healthy ways to do that!
Beth Lawrence, Award-winning singer, songwriter and author of "From Shower To Stage...7 Easy Steps for Singing Like A Pro!"