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VSA Blog - Peter Vox meets John Farnham

Peter Vox meets John Farnham!

IMAGINE — MEETING YOUR HERO!

Who is your hero? Don't reach far — just imagine meeting this one special person, who has been a major influence in your life. What would you say, how would they react? Are they anything like their image on stage and in the media?

One if these life-changing moments happened to me about a month ago.

Obviously, being a singing teacher for the past 26 years, and performing for the better part of your life, you'd always have different idols and people that you look up to as vocalist. Here, in Australia, the number one vocalist is called “The Voice”, it is Johnny Farnham.

I've had a lot of heroes growing up: Freddie Mercury, Aretha Franklin, Ronnie James Dio, Bono from U2, Paul McCartney, John Lennon – these are just some of fantastic people I have always looked up to. But John Farnham was the major influence, and I've had the pleasure of meeting him about a month ago.

WOULD YOU KEEP YOUR COOL, OR FLIP OUT?

I was backstage at the Croxton Park Hotel, seeing one of my students and good friends Clint Boge from THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT. RIVAL FIRE was supporting THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT that night - it was the second night, all sold out. John Farnham’s son Rob is the lead singer of RIVAL FIRE – fantastic band, I highly recommend that you check them out! They are especially great live.

To this show I took Mark — a student of mine, who is a huge fan of THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT. He’s got a disability, so I have arranged for us to watch the show from the side of the stage. After RIVAL FIRE had finished, we came to our spot - and, lo and behold! - who is already there, but John Farnham himself.

So, I introduced myself to John, saying, “Hi John, how are you doing?” And he was super-nice, replying “Good, mate, how are you? Nice to meet you!” And I blurted out, “Nice to meet you?! You’re my all-time vocal hero, the best voice Australia has undoubtedly produced to date, and, probably, will ever produce, and you’re saying it's nice to meet me?!" Inside, I was completely flipping out, wanting to go, "I am not worthy, I am not worthy" - but common sense prevailed :)

I did asked him if we could take some photos, and he was more than obliging. After the photo session, I said to John, “I am so bloody nervous, mate!” And he made me feel at ease, telling me, “Don’t be nervous, I am just like any other bloke. I always have a wine, a smoke, a good laugh…” and then - well, I won’t repeat what he said after that! Anyway, after he made me feel very comfortable and relaxed, I just went “You, little beauty!” - and, obviously, with all my heroes, I’ve already thought of things that I would like to ask them as a singing teacher and as a vocalist, and I am sure that you do, too!

SMOKING, DRINKING, WARMING UP

So, my first question was, “John, do you still smoke?” And he said, yes - about four little cigars a week (wow, one of my other favourite singers, Bono, also smokes).

And when I asked him, “Do you drink much?” he replied that he has a red wine every now and then.

My third question straight away was, “John, what’s your pre-gig preparation? What do you do before the show to get your voice sounding amazing?” Turns out, he just sings before the show to warm up – that’s what he does personally. I always do some scales and then sing, but then everyone has their own routine, right? And that’s John Farnham’s - and who’s to argue? He’s got an amazing voice, and that’s what he does to warm up.

I then asked him what does he do to cool down — and he doesn’t do anything special, he basically just had water and talks - and that’s what he does after a show.

While we were conversing, he did mentioned that he had a show the night before and I said “John, your voice sounds great, it’s not hoarse… it sounds fantastic! You basically pull up well after all the shows…” and he basically just looked at me, shaking his head and goes “no problem” and I said “Wow! That was just so fantastic”. His speaking voice was great, his singing voice always pull up well after shows and that just goes to do with great technique and great support. Even at JohnFarnham’s age, I am not quite sure how old John Farnham is but I am going to be saying that he’s older than 60 but younger than 70 and his voice is still absolutely amazing.

He also told me because of conflicting schedules and touring schedules, that was the first time that he had seen his son Rob ever perform as a lead vocalist and I asked him, “how does it feel John to see your son perform and following your footsteps like you?” and he said to me “I am so proud, it was a fantastic moment for me to see Rob performing and singing up on stage fantastically well.”

And then, my dream question… I’ve always wanted to fire this off to John Farnham. For those of you who don’t know when Freddie Mercury passed away, John Farnham was the first vocalist that Queen were courting to come and join Queen and be the lead singer of Queen after Freddie Mercury’s passing. So it was obviously a question I really wanted to ask John because I know that John had recorded with Queen and does some songs with Queen and I said, “John what was the whole experience with Queen like?” and I always expecting that they obviously Queen being as huge as what they were, may have flown him over in a private jet and he recorded and met the band, it was over in England and rah-rah-rah I am thinking all of this big hoo-ha and paparazzi in him being treated like a King or a Queen but John said that he basically get some files sent over management liaise, got some files sent over and he sang along to the Queen files and there is a version of “We will rock you” which is a different version. It was actually a version that was done for John Farnham, it’s a different version to Queen’s and it’s fantastic version – you can check it out on iTunes or maybe YouTube… but he said he sang along to the tracks and set the tracks over and didn’t get the job but still, it is a great honor to be the first vocalist to be asked by Queen to try out for Queen, it was such a huge honor within itself so he must have been very proud but he was very humble when he was talking about that and his time with Queen when they were looking for a newly singer.

The main thing I know about John Farnham is that I know that he started singing early. He was a plumber and he basically just worked his way out through the industry and sung songs and then he joined solo and the Little River band and then things went on from there and just worked really hard.

One of the things that I really admired about Johnny Farnham was how his voice really dramatically improved from singing “Raindrops keep falling on my head” and “see the cleaning lady” to “Help” by the Beatles and you’re the voice and his work ethic must have been absolutely through the roof to take his voice to that level and he is called “The Voice” and he is called “The Voice” for the reason because he’s an amazing vocalist and it was absolutely fantastic to meet him. He is really down to earth and besides that he’s just a lover of music, we watched the Butterfly Effect side of the stage and he was clapping and cheering and wolf whistling saying “This band’s bloody amazing” and he had a really good time and his wife tried to drag him away from the show but he was really a lover of music and that’s the thing that you’ve got to have. You got to have a PASSION – it doesn’t matter what it is but if you love singing, follow your dreams and your dreams will come true.

At the end of the night, John Farnham came around to everybody and individually said goodbye to everybody and then he left. I was walking on air for the next couple of days. It was one of my absolute dream to meet one of my idols and I am still speechless today and it was a great experience that I will never ever forget but please always remember this – chase your dreams, practice hard and just relentless work and practice is going to get you to wherever you are with whatever you wanted to pursue. Whether that would be singing or anything else in your life but the main thing is you’ve got to practice and work really hard, believe in yourself, chase your dreams and have fun singing!


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23rd September 2018, SUNDAY is VSA Student Concert! :)

1:00 PM
Sunday, the 23rd of September 2018

The Palace Hotel
893 Burke Road, Camberwell
03 9813 3566

$10 entry

Our regular student concerts are a great way to gain valuable stage experience in a professional environment, using professional sound equipment, lighting and staging with an audience of your fellow students, family and friends cheering you on!

Fantastic food and drinks are also available. Families are encouraged to book a table if there are more than 4 people attending. Everyone welcome! Free parking is offered by the venue.

Prizes, giveaways, Vox Singing Academy gift vouchers and free lessons, The Palace Hotel food and beverage gift vouchers and merchandise will be given away at the end of the show as encouragement awards! So it's best to hang around until the end and support your fellow singers!

Warm regards


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Give your Dad something to sing about this Father's Day!

YOUR DAD DESERVES TO BE A STAR!

Wondering how to show the singer in your life just how much they mean to you? Vox Singing Academy has you covered!
Gift vouchers are now available!

Give your Dad something to sing about this Father's Day!
There truly is no better gift to give than one which will motivate, inspire, excite and encourage your Dad to achieve his dreams! Perhaps, he's is a shower singer who needs a little confidence to take the first step? Or a hobby singer wanting to polish his favourite song to perfection? Or, maybe, you have an already accomplished muso - whom together we can take to the next level?

Our custom lesson plans cater for singers of all levels, and in all contemporary styles. We have private lessons, group singing classes, online singing lessons, and our one-of-a-kind premium vocal service for thosewho are serious about making it big as a professional!

So, give a rewarding and memorable gift to your Father this year, and surprise him with a Personalized Father's Day Gift Voucher from Vox Singing Academy.

 

 

CALL US TO GET YOUR DAD'S GIFT VOUCHER NOW: 1300 183 732

And on a final note, all of us at VSA would like to thank you for your continued support and dedication, and wish you a Happy Father's Day - filled with good times, warm people and great music!

 


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VSA Presents... Peter Vox meets John Farnham!

VSA Presents...

Peter Vox meets John Farnham!

In this video, Peter Vox describes the life-changing moment when he met one his vocal heroes - John Farnham.

Peter quizzed John about numerous vocal topics, including his pre- and post-gig vocal routines, and his time recording with QUEEN after Freddie Mercury's passing.

Watch the video below!


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VSA's Ultimate Online Singing Course presents... Video Diary Week 1!

Welcome to Vox Singing Academy's Ultimate Online Singing Course Weekly video diary by Christine Warren.

Christine will be making a weekly video diary of her progressing working through VSA's Ultimate Online Singing courses. In this first video, Christine explains how she made her initial decision to choose VSA's Ultimate Online Singing Course over other courses and how easy it was to subscribe and the expectation and excitement of starting the courses!

Keep up with Christine's progress and insights by watching the video below!


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ASK VSA Blog - Starting Singing? Then, read this blog!

Starting Singing?

Do you want to sing for fun and improve your singing voice, but do not know where to begin?
Well, start where you are! You must like music, first and foremost, and you may have sung along to some of your favourite songs before?

Pick a couple of your favourite songs – songs that you want to enjoy singing. If you enjoy something, you’re going to want to do it more often, you’ll improve quickly. It will become your passion, and won't feel like a chore. So, learn the songs from back to front, print the lyrics out. Sing along with your favourite artist, and then sing along with the backing track. Follow your passion, and bring fun and excitement to your singing!

Do not limit yourself with one genre. Be in bluegrass, rock, musical theatre, metal, RnB, classical, hip-hop, folk, trap, or whatever other genres were popular in the past and will emerge in the future — find what YOU like to sing!

If you haven’t had singing lessons yet, here are a couple of tips to use at home:

· Watch what your mouth is doing.
· Watch some of your favourite singers live – you will learn a lot from observing other people, analysing what they are doing, and replicating it.
· Breathe with your diaphragm and engage stomach muscles as you are going up higher.

But the main point is just to have fun singing by yourself. And then — go and do some karaokeopen mics, or sing with a churchgroup. Sing along with your friends and in public. If you wanted to take it to the next level, I highly recommend to go and get some singing lessons, or join a choir, an amateur theatre group, or find like-minded musicians to form a band - start with a duo, you don't even need a full band to begin with! Whatever you want to do, whatever makes you happy to sing — create your own opportunities, and find people to share them with.

Take it step by step, and start right here — where you are. No one can expect prompt results overnight. But there are a few ways to make your progress easier: above all, just remember to be consistentbe patient, and enjoy the process!

I hope that this has helped you out, and if you want to learn more about your voice - please contact us via any of the social media channels listed below. If we pick one of your questions for a video response, YOU WILL WIN A FREE LESSON with one of our fantastic teachers!


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THE ULTIMATE ONLINE SINGING COURSE:
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Ask VSA - Starting Singing? Then Watch This Video!

Do you want to sing for fun and improve your singing voice, but do not know where to begin?

Well, start where you are and watch this video below!


Empower your Voice!
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▪THE ULTIMATE ONLINE SINGING COURSE:
https://voxsingingacademy.com

▪The 5 Minute Singer – FREE Singing Video Tutorials:
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ASK VSA Blog - Why Can't I Sing Higher or Lower?

As singers, we would all love to have the ability to sing higher or lower songs, and powering through the entire reach of our vocal range. The average voice should be able to sing two octaves in true voice, minimum, and at least three octaves including the falsetto range. But time after time again, hitting those notes easily has proven to be a difficult thing to achieve.

So what can you do to expand your range?

· Regular practice
· Correct techniques
· Diverse skills

You’ll need to develop all of that, probably, with a great singing teacher to help you sing higher or lower, for longer, safely.

If you feel that your range is smaller than that, and you should be able to sing more notes, remember — your voice is a muscle, and whatever you wanted to do, you’ve got to train this skill correctly. Again, singers are athletes, and must approach their expertise with the same mindset — gradual training, starting with medium effort and good technique. Consistency is key!

It doesn’t matter how old you are, whether you’re 6 or 76. If your voice is in good condition, and you are practicing most days of the week, you should feel improvement with the right techniques. So, get in touch with the best singing teacher you can find, and good luck on your journey to a strong and confident tone, no matter what note you need to hit! :)

I hope that this has helped you out, and if you want to learn more about your voice - please contact us via any of the social media channels listed below. If we pick one of your questions for a video response, YOU WILL WIN A FREE LESSON with one of our fantastic teachers!


Empower your Voice!
Team VSA
http://www.voxsingingacademy.com.au/

?Vox Singing Academy – official website:
http://www.voxsingingacademy.com.au

?Vox Singing Academy – Facebook:
http://tinyurl.com/VoxSingingAcademyFacebook

?THE ULTIMATE ONLINE SINGING COURSE:
https://voxsingingacademy.com

?The 5 Minute Singer – FREE Singing Video Tutorials:
http://tinyurl.com/The5MinuteSinger

?Vox Singing Academy – Youtube:
http://tinyurl.com/VoxSingingAcademyYoutube

?Vox Singing Academy – Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/voxsingingacademy

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Video footage from VSA's hugely successful student concert!

Video footage from VSA's hugely successful student concert!

Thank you for everyone that attended and supported today's performers. Very proud of everyone who performed especially the first time performers - Haleema, Ashley J, Lucia, Megan, Sofia and Suhailak.

More photos and videos to come! :)


Empower your Voice!
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▪Vox Singing Academy – official website:
http://www.voxsingingacademy.com.au

▪Vox Singing Academy – Facebook:
http://tinyurl.com/VoxSingingAcademyFacebook

▪THE ULTIMATE ONLINE SINGING COURSE:
https://voxsingingacademy.com

▪The 5 Minute Singer – FREE Singing Video Tutorials:
http://tinyurl.com/The5MinuteSinger

▪Vox Singing Academy – Youtube:
http://tinyurl.com/VoxSingingAcademyYoutube

▪Vox Singing Academy – Instagram:
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VSA STUDENTS at THE ROCKINGHAM LIVE MUSIC FESTIVAL (UK)

VSA STUDENTS at THE ROCKINGHAM LIVE MUSIC FESTIVAL (UK)

Exciting news!!!

 

Two VSA students — veteran singers Jules Millis from WHITE WIDDOW (who have just finished a national Australian tour supporting Stryper), and Brad Marr from MASSIVE — with their amazing bands, voices and talents are going to represent Australia at the Rockingham Live Music festival UK! The festival is spanning three days — the 19th, 20th and 21st of October. The whole line-up is absolutely smashing!

Extremely exciting times for both bands, with new albums coming out shortly! Could not be happier for our fantastic students, their bands, and their fans. Have a blast there, guys!

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Empower your Voice!
Team VSA
http://www.voxsingingacademy.com.au/

▪Vox Singing Academy – official website:
http://www.voxsingingacademy.com.au

▪Vox Singing Academy – Facebook:
http://tinyurl.com/VoxSingingAcademyFacebook

▪THE ULTIMATE ONLINE SINGING COURSE:
https://voxsingingacademy.com

▪The 5 Minute Singer – FREE Singing Video Tutorials:
http://tinyurl.com/The5MinuteSinger

▪Vox Singing Academy – Youtube:
http://tinyurl.com/VoxSingingAcademyYoutube

▪Vox Singing Academy – Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/voxsingingacademy

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ASK VSA - Why Can't I Sing Higher Or Lower?

As singers, we would all love to have the ability to sing higher or lower songs, and powering through the entire reach of our vocal range. The average voice should be able to sing two octaves in true voice, minimum, and at least three octaves including the falsetto range. But time after time again, hitting those notes easily has proven to be a difficult thing to achieve.

So what can you do to expand your range? Peter Vox will be answering that question in this video below:

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Empower your Voice!
Team VSA
http://www.voxsingingacademy.com.au/

▪Vox Singing Academy – official website:
http://www.voxsingingacademy.com.au

▪Vox Singing Academy – Facebook:
http://tinyurl.com/VoxSingingAcademyFacebook

▪THE ULTIMATE ONLINE SINGING COURSE:
https://voxsingingacademy.com

▪The 5 Minute Singer – FREE Singing Video Tutorials:
http://tinyurl.com/The5MinuteSinger

▪Vox Singing Academy – Youtube:
http://tinyurl.com/VoxSingingAcademyYoutube

▪Vox Singing Academy – Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/voxsingingacademy

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ASK VSA Blog - Vocal Fatigue: Why Do I Get Tired After Singing?

The voice is the only instrument that is a physical part the human body (unless you count clapping your hands as percussion :) So, it makes sense that the instrument is your entire body, not just the larynx alone. Everything from body alignment, respiratory system, the larynx, vocal tract - and, of course, the brain - are involved in this high level athletic coordination!

Are you asking yourself, "So, how do I know that I'm suffering from vocal fatigue? Or, better yet, what signs can I look for, and what to do to avoid tired, overused singing voice?"

Singers are vocal athletes, and must approach their training with the same mentality.

Your voice is a muscle, so if you're going to use it for a length of time, you have to develop stamina. Think of a long distance runner - if you wanted to run 1500 meters, you’re not going to start with it, right? You would start with shorter distances, with intermittent running/walking, gradually increasing your distance and speed. It would be a step-by-step improvement - and the same applies to your singing voice.

There are two main reasons why your voice is fatiguing:

1. Not doing scales – if you are not doing scales, I strongly recommend that you start with short bursts (10 or 15 minutes) at least 5 to 6 days a week, gradually increasing both length and intensity of practice. The more you level up - the more vocal stamina you develop. Practice regularly!

Now, if you are generally happy, but are lacking stamina in specific parts of your voice - do scales for those particular parts. If your voice is lacking stamina up higher - warm up well, and do a bunch of higher scales; then try higher songs. The same with falsetto, or riff and runs, or low chest voice... It works for all registers, in all genres of singing!

2. Lack of singing technique – meaning, you are forcing your voice to do the things it is not build to do, or using wrong groups of muscles. Bad technique can be a result of two things:

· Singing in key that is not suitable for your voice – the song might be too high, or too low for your voice. Tim Foust (bass) would never try to sing Ed Sheeran's songs (tenor) in the same keys - and so shouldn't you! Be mindful of key you are choosing for your songs.

· Harmful habits and practices – so many! You may lack diaphragmatic support, or putting a lot of pressure underneath your vocal folds. Your voice should do the work, but you might be pushing down with your throat and your neck to get the sound out, or trying to squeeze it up by using your shoulders and outer laryngeal muscles. Your posture may not be optimal, or your articulation may needs\ improvement. There are a lot of bad singing habits we develop unconsciously, and you should be aware of how your body works, and what it does to your singing voice.

A good technique is very important, and it starts with proper breathing. Breathing starts with your diaphragm, which does all your heavy work as a singer. Your diaphragm is a pump that suck the air into your lungs, and is also your power pedal - in coordination with other core muscles. Your neck should remain very relaxed, and your mouth should be opening - often more than you feel you need to! - so that your voice just flows out.

If you think you may have some technique issues, I highly recommend that you get a good vocal coach. We have our online singing lessons, and great teachers here in Melbourne, Australia, who work with all skill levels in all genres, and are successfully solving other singers' problems and helping them reach their full potential.

I hope that this has helped you out, and if you want to learn more about your voice - please contact us via any of the social media channels listed below. If we pick one of your questions for a video response, YOU WILL WIN A FREE LESSON with one of our fantastic teachers!


Empower your Voice!
Team VSA
http://www.voxsingingacademy.com.au/

▪Vox Singing Academy – official website:
http://www.voxsingingacademy.com.au

▪Vox Singing Academy – Facebook:
http://tinyurl.com/VoxSingingAcademyFacebook

▪THE ULTIMATE ONLINE SINGING COURSE:
https://voxsingingacademy.com

▪The 5 Minute Singer – FREE Singing Video Tutorials:
http://tinyurl.com/The5MinuteSinger

▪Vox Singing Academy – Youtube:
http://tinyurl.com/VoxSingingAcademyYoutube

▪Vox Singing Academy – Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/voxsingingacademy

THE VOICE TRAINING SPECIALIST SINCE 1993




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