Technique for singing jazz ballads called Crooning using Bel Canto technique. Demonstrated here in a Piano/vocal cover version of The Nearness of You.
A singing tip on how to bridge the head and chest voice and also the value of prolonged M’s an N’s as a warmup, as demonstrated here in this cover of Cyndi Lauper’s “Time After Time”.
Here’s a singing tip while performing to help you warm up your voice while you are actually on stage. This is especially helpful if you have no chance to warm up beforehand. This is a video demonstration using a piano/vocal cover of Landslide by Stevie Nicks.
Singing while playing an instrument can be challenging, especially when the accompaniment is very different from the melody. Here is a piano/vocal cover of Joni Mitchell’s Barangrill from her “For the Roses” Album demonstrating the solution.
If you stutter, then sing. Smooth singing is very theraputic and somewhat of a a remedy for stutterers, as explained by singer/songwriter (and stutterer) Megan Washington in her Sydney 2014 Ted Talk.