Last week, we began this interview with two incredible artists Russell Allen and Anette Olzon, who have now released two albums together. Interestingly, this episode is the first time they’re meeting face-to-face. Russell and Anette are having fun talking about their love of music and family, and also joking about growing old in the music industry.
This week, we’re going to continue the story by discussing how sound can heal, which straws are best for singers, and how placement can be helpful for extending your range. They also explain why they don’t want to go to shows when not on tour.
This episode is filled with great energy coming from their first time meeting, making it a fun and light episode to listen to!
In this episode, you will hear:
- Music as therapy
- How words in a song resonate more than spoken words
- Having vocal nodes isn’t the end of your music career
- How being in a choir increases good hormones
- The best thing you can do for your voice
- Placement in singing by feeling the vibrations of your body
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