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The worst thing that can happen to a singer is vocal damage. Actually, having your pants rip out, while on stage, is pretty traumatic but that’s a story for another day. James LaBrie states that he ruptured his vocal cords, while ill, and that it took a good eight years to regain his voice though the incident did negatively, permanently impact his vocal range. This would be devasting for any singer. Be sure you are building a rock-solid foundation for your voice so that you will enjoy years of robust, passionate singing.
Fortunately for us, James LaBrie, a lyric tenor best known for his contributions to “Dream Theater”, has made a full recovery and we can enjoy his beautiful, sensitive tone and great pitch more than twenty years after his career began. Dream Theater is a fan favorite in the world of progressive rock and, I have to say, this band is tight! The experienced listener may pick up the subtle influence of Dennis DeYoung or even Greg Lake in James’ vocal stylings. It’s also worth noting that the dude has fabulous hair.
Be safe out there, kids. Make sure you learn correct, safe technique. My vocal course will show you how.
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Watch this 30 second before and after video of a student who took the course for only one year:
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