Author Archives: Kim Wood Sandusky

Tips to Cope with Stage Fright

Stage fright is a common experience for even the most seasoned performers. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to cope with stage fright. One area that can help is in the preparation of…

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Live music venues are open, are you ready?

We have finally arrived to tours, festivals, church music, and many more venues with live music. The pandemic was a time to reset, rework, build your music talent, and strengthen your dreams. I have tirelessly…

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Grammy Awards Winners and Nominees

Congratulations to Blue Ivy and Beyonce on your Grammy Awards Sunday. I am so proud of you both. I am also excited for all my clients who were nominated and who won Grammy Awards. I…

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Caroline Kole on NBC Songland (June 8, 2020 – 10/9 Central)

June 8th, 2020 – Caroline Kole will be on NBC Songland!!! Tune in on NBC 10/9 central to see her singing for Ben Platt!

Singers & Allergies: The Importance of Water & Vocal Warm Up

“I have been receiving many questions regarding becoming dry when singers sing or speakers speak. Allergies are in full swing and cause dehydration. Remember to keep plenty of water flowing daily and warm your voice…

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Tips for Singing with Allergies

Singers are so vulnerable with allergies, sore throats, and other illnesses that it is important to protect your talent.  Good Rest and plenty of water are key to your vocal health.  I have worked with…

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Ways Singers Can Use The Time at Home

Time is a precious commodity for a singer.  Grasp all the time you can to create and perfect your talent.  A singer should be working technique, rehearsing songs, and songwriting daily.  This is a key…

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Find the Right Key for the Song

Singers need to be careful singing songs out of their range.  Be sure to set keys of songs where it feels natural to sing and you are not screaming any of the melody.

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