I’m Emma Joleen and I’d like to teach you secrets that most singers never learn.
Some years ago, I reached the stage where I couldn’t sing anymore. I had been trained to sing, but not in a healthy manner. I became so desperate to learn about healthy singing and enjoy singing without the fear of judgment or being off pitch and out of tune that I made a decision to figure it out for myself and that’s what I’m here to help you to do too.
I read every book, travelled the world attending seminars and listening to audio and video programs for singing and performing.
I’m sure you can guess what happened?
Nothing really worked for me.
Some of it scratched the surface, some things helped, but most of the time, it just didn’t feel right.
That led me to studying people who are experts in the field of singing. Watching and listening, I learned many things far beyond my imagination.....
Are You Ready To Begin Learning
How to Bring Out The Full Potential
Of Your Voice?
I want to share these secrets with you, including:
- How to learn to sing from the absolute basics
- How to approach your voice as a beginner and what to look out for
- How to sing vocal exercises for warming up and cooling down the voice
- How to sing songs and enjoy hearing your singing voice
- How to approach your voice and sing confidently
- How to eliminate your fear of singing, no matter how unsuccessful you’ve been in the past
- How to eliminate performance anxiety and sing with ease
- How to sing in tune so that you’re not the tone deaf karaoke singer
- The best ways to ensure healthy singing longevity, no matter how difficult it’s been for you to sing in the past
I’m also going to send you a free report by email called "The 10 most dangerous mistakes that people make with singing" and it’s going to teach you all about the mistakes that men and women make, and how to avoid them.
So enter your name and email below, and take the first step in learning how to sing and bring your voice to life.
Emma Joleen performed for years in the classical/operatic arena when the penultimate singer’s tragedy struck: She lost her voice. The Aussie musician spent the next year developing her songwriting savvy, penning a stack of savvy compositions—just in time for her voice to return. As a result, Joleen’s 11-track self-titled CD is not only a showcase of her vocal talents, but a calling card of her prose—and the accolades are unending, with a number of the tracks scoring songwriter awards around the world, including a trophy from the Australian Songwriters Assn. as Songwriter of the Year. Lovely ballad “Hello and Goodbye”—which hit No. 1 on the Australian internet radio chart, a rare accomplishment for an indie artist—offers a timeless love song, epic and sky-scraping as it builds to a satisfying climax. Likewise, “Sound of Love” is an elegant, jazz-suffused Sunday brunch buddy. On the other side of the tempo spectrum, “Supergirl,” nominated for a prize at the 17th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards, is an energetic anthem, saucy and sexy, with a churning cacophony of frenetic instrumentation; while the winking, mischievous “Pussycat” sounds as if it could have come from the Katy Perry songbook, as Joleen purrs, “I want to lie down in your lap, I want to feel you stroke my back.” The versatility continues with the giddy piano-driven “Dream of You,” which opens with a vintage AM radio vibe, and sounds like a triumph from Delta Goodrem's catalog; and “Love You,” a straight-ahead pop triumph, with a smooth groove conjuring elements of classic ‘70s soul. Joleen certainly understands the variables of succeeding in the music business; she is professionally imaged and packaged to perfection. With proper promotion and marketing—and a push toward flaunting her wares in a public setting—the singer/songwriter could see her star rise.