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Special Features:

New Products from NAMM
The Night the Lights Went Out at NERFA
Jazz Singer Karrin Allyson
Today in Music History

Independent Artists Showcase Spotlighting
the careers and accomplishments of
the most creative and compelling independent and small label artists

A Special Singer Magazine thanks and congratulations to Meg Hutchinson, Maggie Drennon, Arlon Bennett, Cindy Kalmenson, Aztec Two-Step and Aengus Finnan for their fantastic performances at the Singer Magazine’s Indie Artist Showcase? at Folk Alliance! Also – our thanks to Electro-Voice and EV Microphones; Thayer’s Slippery Elm Throat Lozenges for Singers; Walker Labs, makers of the Lunchbox 660 battery powered mixer/amp; Intellitouch Tuners; The USA Songwriting Contest; Tennessee Guitars; Unipar Stage Lighting, and Elation Professional for making the event a huge success!

NEW Indie Artists: Janet Planet, Amy Fairchild, Too Human and more!

Vocalist Wanted (PDF format)

New releases from Independent Artists as selected by the editors of Singer magazine

Presented by Thayers Slippery Elm Lozenges

Choral Combination:
Lifting Your Voice with Others’ 
– Choral singing may not seem as glamorous as other singing opportunities you’ll have, however it can be one of the most challenging. Read Article!

Singing Live with Acoustic Guitar – Getting the most out of your mic setup. Read Article!

Mapping Your Musical Career Path – How realistic is your pursuit of success in the music industry? It depends on your passion and expectations. Read Article!

For Singers, Life’s a Pitch – How genetics affects your vocal range. Read Article!

Folk-a-fied, Country-fried, Pop-Rock-Blues-Electronica – What you sing and how you sing it defines who you are. Read Article!

When Blowing It is a Good Thing
Controlling your outgoing airflow-blowing-can add new depth to your vocal sound. Read Article!

In the latest Issue: In the March/April issue of Singer Magazine: Jewel’s 24 Karat Career, Ricky Skaggs’ Blue Grass Roots, How to “Cyber-Sell” your songs plus reviews of the new battery-powered mixer/amp from Walker Labs and Yamaha’s EMX62m powered mixer. In the Singer U section Mark Baxter tells how to Avoid Vocal Disaster, Dan Walsh discusses the Mechanics of Songwriting and Breck Allen asks “Does Study Ruin Style.” In addition, you’ll find practice and performance tips from vocal experts Lisa Marie Schreib, Lisa Popeil and Lis Lewis. The Indie Artist Showcase introduces you to all six of the fabulous acts featured at the Singer Magazine IAS at Folk Alliance, and you’ll find reviews of the latest Indie artists CDs in DISCoveries. Look for Singer Magazine #20 on your favorite newsstand or click here to subscribe online (or call 540-438-SING). (If your newsstand is not racking Singer Magazine, see note at bottom).

 Recording Vibrant Vocals
 Capturing your best vocal Moments
 dbx DriveRack PA
– 10 Seconds to win!
– Creating Quality Vocal Tracks
Miniature Multi-Track Marvels
Sweet Spots
‘Scort and ‘Sport

Look for Singer Magazine at: Annual NARM Convention and Trade Show: Insights & Sounds ’03, Orlando FL, (3/16-3/19) South X Southwest, Austin, TX (3/12-16) Merlefest in Wilkesboro, NC (4/24-27).

And coming soon: Kerville Folk Fest, NEMO, Summer NAMM, 2NMC, Philadelphia Folk Fest, Susquahanna Music and Arts Festival, North East Regional Folk Fest, Winter NAMM, and on tour with The John Lennon Eucational Tour Bus.
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