Superpowers for Singers
A 30-day, 1-1 coaching program for singers who know their lack of basic musical skills is getting in the way of professional success.
Cost: $2,000 USD
Why singers don’t get no respect
I’ve talked to a bunch of singers to learn about their insecurities. And boy, do you guys have a lot of insecurities. For example, you suck at rhythm. You skip beats and don’t understand why. Or, even if you understand why, the song’s over by the time you fix it.
Pianists know the names of all the chords they’re playing and can read many notes at once. You don’t know the names of the chords, nor can you read more than one note at once (if even that).
So, the instrumentalists are blazing along and you’re standing there like an idiot. You can’t even play the most basic thing, like chords to go along with your singing.
If you can’t play and sing, you’ve got a problem
You’ve got to be able to sing and play at the same time. If you can’t do that, it’s a sign you don’t get how the music works. You don’t have to play every note. But, you should be able to play chords. And, it should sound good, like music.
Take, for example, this famous children’s song:
A F#m D A
Row, row, row your boat
A D E7
Gently down the stream
A E C#m F#m
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily
D E7 A
Life is but a dream.
Can you play and sing this, at the same time, without “practicing”? If so, great. You don’t need this program.
Now, that’s a stupid example. Of course, you don’t want to play “Row, row, row your boat”. You want to play a real song: something from an opera or a musical or a pop song.
You want to be the singer with real skills
Poised singers are the ones who get hired, who get respect from “real musicians.” They’re the ones audiences want to listen to because they’re singing like they know the music. It comes through their soul, rather than sounding like it’s on the verge of collapse.
They’re the ones people want to play with in bands and orchestras. It’s a pain in the ass to try to play along with a singer who doesn’t have good rhythm. It makes you want to quit music. That’s why they hate you and laugh at you behind your back.
You don’t want to be the singer everyone in the orchestra is laughing at.
You want to be the singer who’s more than just a “nice voice.” The one with real skills.
Let’s get you there.
Superpowers for Singers will kick your ass
Sign up for this program and I’ll do my best to get you to a point where they stop laughing at you.
You’ll walk through fire and come out on the other side with superpowers. I’ll insist you do your homework on time. The assignments will be hard. But, at the end, you’ll be playing and singing without hesitation.
This isn’t a problem you can fix overnight. But, a month of solid work will change you. If you don’t do this, another month will go by and you’ll still be the same singer.
I'll walk you through the steps
It’s a month long. You’re going to sing and play 8 songs (that’s two per week). These will be songs you’re already singing.
- 1Translating chord names into keys on the piano (immediately, without music theory).
- 2Singing and playing with one hand.
- 3Adding the other hand.
What you get in Superpowers for Singers
2 personalized homework assignments per week. These will be exercises you do on the piano while singing. They’ll target your unique sticking points. You’ll do them and send me a video.
For each assignment, I’ll make a video giving you feedback on your work.
You get unlimited coaching over DM (Instagram or Facebook). Any questions you have, at any time during the program, you can send them to me via DM. I’ll reply as soon as I can.
Keyboard diagrams showing you exactly what notes to play for each chord.
By application only
Click the “Sign Up” button and fill out the application. I’ll be in touch with a PayPal link. Once you pay, we’ll schedule a time to begin.