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19 Comments

  1. I was glad to hear you mention Dylan because most of these videos are very, well, singer.
    what if you don't aspire to be on Broadway or in iron maiden, you like stuff like frank turner and chuck ragan and just wonder – with no experience at all – whether you can carry a tune?

  2. Liked your videos but this video increased my respect for your insight 200%. I have seen people over the years overcome lack of natural ability in many disciplines with education and perseverance and nice to see you really get it. On the other end how many people who had natural talent lacked the respect for their gift because they didn't have to work for it and trampled it underfoot.

  3. hahaahaha LOVED this: "singers are only singers because they have the guts to be one". This is why I'm never going to be a singer: I'm too shy!

  4. Hey brotherman :), I've always played guitar and always tried to sing along, but after watching some stuff on here I'm actually getting better :D, I'd just love to be able to belt out stuff like creedence and the marshall tucker band – cant you see. Any help 😛 ? I have had no lessons at all, it just kind of clicks after an hour so and I try and build upon it aha

  5. Hi Ken,

    My name is Alex and I dwell in Moscow. I am an aspiring singer and I think I have the guts to become a very good one (if I master a correct technique). I admire your timbre and your range and – above all – your artistic passion and thank you for encouraging me and a whole lot of other guys across the world to sing and believe in ourselves. I can tell that you walk the walk and really can sing loud and pretty relaxed, but sometimes with some distortion – something that I want to do as well, but get strained and choke instead. By the way, I am very much influenced by Michael Kiske and Sebastian Bach as well as other hard rock/metal singers. My question is – is it possible to attend your tutorials in the USA and do you have any at all (I mean you seem to be so popular that your time is probably all booked up)? I believe that under the supervision of a qualified vocal coach you can progress much faster without damaging your voice ( I am currently taking some bel canto lessions, but all I really want to perform is rock).

    Thank you, Ken!

    Best regards,

    Alex

    PS This Russian guy reminds me a little bit of you – check this out – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrSKG3TS0uE

  6. Hello Ken. I was just thinking, I've had choir class but I just can't seem to get how to sing. I feel that I should be trained personally for help, because I may practice your techniques the wrong way. But thinking I'm doing it right. My main issue is I can't open my throat. I use my talking voice to sing.

  7. Hello Ken. I was just thinking, I've had choir class but I just can't seem to get how to sing. I feel that I should be trained personally for help, because I may practice your techniques the wrong way. But thinking I'm doing it right. My main issue is I can't open my throat. I use my talking voice to sing.

  8. I try opening my throat and stuff but ugh it won't work I wish that I could just call him or something so he can just fix my mistakes
    

  9. Hello Ken, I have a question about your course.  I'm not tone def, but I have an issue with pitch and pitch control.  It seems some things I can sing well and I'm on pitch, but other times I'm all over the place and usually flat.  Is there anything in your course that helps deal with that issue as well as just how to use your throat properly?  I mostly hear the slight pitch stuff if I record myself singing and then play it back.  Acapella: forget about it.

  10. i understand the concept that anyone can hit the notes, but my issue is tone. no matter how hard I try, the natural tone of my voice is not pleasing, and I know many others with that problem. take guitars for the example, you can hit the same notes just as well on a taylor as a first act, but TONE. is there any way to control that?

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