Top 10 Hardest Vocal Lines Explained – Ten Second Songs Voice Teacher Ken Tamplin Reacts
I recently caught up with my friend and former KTVA student Anthony Vincent.
Anthony has developed himself into a multi-faceted artist and singer and it’s always great to catch up with him
We recently did a video chat session where I had the chance to do a reaction to his 10 Hardest Vocal Lines to Sing with him there. We covered his vocal performances of lines from artists like Johnny Cash, Sia, Michael Boltion, Chris Cornell and many more.
I also had the opportunity to ask him some questions and get his perspective on different issues ranging from what it takes to succeed as an artist to what his biggest musical influences were.
As a former student of KTVA, the feedback I give to Anthony is always straight up. Together we will look at what he did best and where there was room for improvement.
Check out our conversation and my reactions and let me know what you thought!
I also wanted to share the versions of these songs from me and my students.
Here's "Man in the Box" with my student Gabriela:
My version of "Dream On":
My student Sara Loera's version of "Chandelier":
My version of "Ring of Fire" and "Low Rider":
My version of "Cochise":
My student Adam Spizzo's version of "How Am I Supposed To Live Without":
My student Kati Cher's version of "Thing Called Love":
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