Hello I sing too, and act. My only advice is: work for free at first. I started by singing at my now sister in law's wedding. And through word of mouth I kept getting work. If this is your true passion it will your work out. God Bless
I would also suggest joining competitions and talent shows. Make friends with songwriters. how about bands looking for singers? as for your shyness...better work on that because that could ruin shows. nobody wants a bad image. Hope that gives you some ideas and help good luck and let us know how it goes huh?
Work hard for what you want. You are braver than me i want to sing to. I just cant bring myself to do it. I was in acapella choir for a while but it is so much different when people are singing with you. I have tried out for solos but i choked. I want to sing for the talent show It is my last year,but i dont know if I can do it...
Was this spam because I notice the person who started this thread post is deleted?
This is the way I started to sing in public. I'd spent years trying to play guitar and singing along to it in my home, but I was petrified of making a fool of myself on a stage. Anyway, one night at my local club, the night where club members sang accompanied by the club piano player, a friend of mine got up and sang Frank Sinatra's 'My Way.' He and I always took the mickey out of each other and when he was returning to his seat, I shouted,'All the old drunks sing that song.' Someone shouted,'If you can do better, get up there.' Suddenly everyone in the room was slapping the tables and chanting, 'Get up, get up.' What could I do? I had to get up. So I sang 'Me and Bobby Mcgee.' The crowd loved it!! Since then, I am a regular on stage and I love it.
I can't sing for toffee. Or peanuts. Or even a million bucks. Though I'd like to. I kind of sort of warble out of tune at best
I Love singing, Not that i can tho. Here is some advice for you though. http://hubpages.com/hub/howtobecomeasingereasily
by Maria Jordan 6 years ago
When did you last sing to yourself? To someone else?
by capncrunch 7 years ago
Do you sing in the shower?
by Terri 6 years ago
Does singing lift your spirits?Research indicates that singing improves both physical and mental health and is particularly good for depression. So, do you sing? And if you so, does it lift your mood?
by dingdong 9 years ago
How to project your voice while singing?
by Amanda 2 years ago
Is it rude to sing along at concerts?My opinion: absolutely, yes, it's beyond rude! It's downright obnoxious! But I recently came across a forum of people who feel the opposite, so now I'm curious about the general opinion.
by kallini2010 7 years ago
Where do you sing if you like singing, but not sure if you sing well?If you like to sing, but have no training and are not sure that you sing well, where do you sing? Only to yourself? In a shower? Or did you have the courage to sing in public?
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