Ep. 11 "Combatting Nerves"- Voice Lessons To The World

Released Friday, May 18, 2012

Do you sound great singing alone, but have trouble singing in public? Nerves and stage fright are very common and very correctable. Episode 11 "Combatting Nerves" will give you ideas on how to increase your confidence and minimize anxiety. New York Vocal Coaching's Justin Stoney hosts the latest episode of Voice Lessons To The World!


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