How does one growl and scream with so much passion, yet also make these vocalizations without hurting anything? Well, it turns out that our guest today, Lzzy Hale, is extremely technically proficient when it comes to using those techniques.
Lzzy Hale is the lead singer and guitar player of the Grammy Award-winning rock band and my heavy music idol, Halestorm. Gifted with powerful and aggressive yet effortless vocals, Lzzy indeed embodies what it means to be a strong rocker chic.
Being so nervous and excited going into this interview, I already had immense respect for this awesome chic, not to mention how I was fangirling over Lzzy’s achievements and the female empowerment that she represents, sharing her love with the world.
Listen in as we take a deep dive into how Lzzy Hale creates powerful, passionate, and aggressive vocal lines with deliberate attention to vocal technique, making her singing in actuality feel effortless. There are innumerable ways that you can use your voice, and we will touch on a few of them today!
In this episode, you will hear:
- The perks of Nashville aside from the music scene
- How #raiseyourhorns has become synonymous with mental health awareness
- Singing straw options available
- Vocal techniques to improve mobility and fluidity
- How the female voice evolves through life shifts
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