Students don’t have to wait until showcases or recitals for playing experience. They can attend one of the many open mics and jams that Freeway Music hosts throughout the city. We host open mics at places like Drip, Beef O’ Brady’s, and Social Grill. Freeway Music even has an open jazz jam every other Tuesday at Delaney’s in Five Points. We keep our events posted on the website to make it easy for students to keep up with what is going on.


I am taking the bluegrass singing course and I find it excellent.Easy to follow, starts where it should and has a huge range of challenge in the one course.If I could I'd quit my job and study it all day.The video feedback is an excellent addendum and I'd recommend this to anyone even a seasoned player just wanting to sharpen up. A true fan I am I am....
Singing isn’t a skill limited by age, but rather by your level of determination and hard work. Both young and older students have their own advantages.For example, a younger student will have more time to develop his or her voice, while an older student will more easily pick up on difficult skills like sight reading. Students of all ages are encouraged to join our online singing classes!  
I am taking the bluegrass singing course and I find it excellent.Easy to follow, starts where it should and has a huge range of challenge in the one course.If I could I'd quit my job and study it all day.The video feedback is an excellent addendum and I'd recommend this to anyone even a seasoned player just wanting to sharpen up. A true fan I am I am....
The Diva Method is excellent- every video contains material gained from years of research, passion, and experience with all genres and voices. Literally after one week my voice sounded better and I braved a big song at a campfire! Then was asked to join my church worship team- maybe a silly dream, but a dream of mine for sure! A year and a half later, I still warm up with these videos and am still growing. The number one joy is that I have so much more freedom in my voice than ever before. Jeannie is (was) such an artist she really has a way of bringing you out from behind all your head trips, building your physiology, and oh my goodness- I can sing in front of people as well as I could by myself. I sing at church three Sundays a month getting great leads and solos and harmonies. Brava Jeannie and thank you!
Please do not pass over this course when you see that it covers the ANATOMY of singing. Roma starts at the beginning because that is how we learn, at the beginning. I am not new to singing but was feeling rusty on my skills/knowledge. She includes so much information that you get to print and keep forever, including a vocal warm-up cd that you may download. Sometimes she is on video for warm-ups and talks to you like you are in the room with her. I recommend this course to anyone and everyone.
Nancy Salwen's book, "The Fear of Singing Breakthrough Program" is therapy that anybody can use, even an experienced singer like myself. You see, Salwen redefines singing as a human act that everybody can learn how to express. It can be learned the same way we've honed our basic skills to read, write, speak, or walk. It hearkens back to the days when most Americans had a piano in their parlor, which most or all of the children would learn how to play. Salwen posits that musical expression belongs to, and is healthy for, all people. It can bring them together, it can turn you from sad to joyful, and vice versa. It helps us process our emotions as deeply as any therapy session, and this book is your ultimate guide in doing so. There is no other tome on the market offering this much guidance in tying music together with ... full review
Paul Behar is a multi-instrumentslist and has been working in the music industry for 11 years. He primarily focuses on string instruments: guitar and bass, but has also been a singer, drummer, and pianist for other bands. Paul has played in various punk, metal, and alternative bands as well as collaborating with Hip-hip, R&B, jazz, and bluegrass artists. About 3 years into learning music, Paul began touring part and full time, and has played across the nation and to audiences larger than 5,000. The experiences he had were what made him want to teach.  Paul has been working privately for 7 years, and for 4 years for national franchise ... View Profile

Paul Behar is a multi-instrumentslist and has been working in the music industry for 11 years. He primarily focuses on string instruments: guitar and bass, but has also been a singer, drummer, and pianist for other bands. Paul has played in various punk, metal, and alternative bands as well as collaborating with Hip-hip, R&B, jazz, and bluegrass artists. About 3 years into learning music, Paul began touring part and full time, and has played across the nation and to audiences larger than 5,000. The experiences he had were what made him want to teach.  Paul has been working privately for 7 years, and for 4 years for national franchise ... View Profile
Sam Siv publishes yet another great eBook--this time on singing! I've been musician for years with the piano and violin, and have always loved a little singing in the shower. Intonation has always been a problem though, and Siv has provided the perfect solution! His tips are helpful and give good results, and my brother is definitely happier with my singing now: at least it's not out of key.
Breathing is much more complex than we realise. We do it every day without thinking - but what is really happening when we breathe, and is there a certain way to breath for singing? This lecture will demystify what is taking place in the body when you breathe. A description of how the intercostal muscles, the diaphragm, lungs and ribcage work together to produce breath effective for singing and speaking. Includes diagrams.
The greatest thing about this audiobook for me is that I have a tween-aged grandson who is an aspiring singer/vocalist. He's never had a lesson or been in choir yet he has a naturally perfect pitch. When he stays over, I listen to him sing the National Anthem and America the Beautiful over and over again and I'm just in awe as to where this boy gets ... full review
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