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How to Sing Country Style

Some aspiring singers want to know how to sing country style, but really first they just need to learn the basics. Singing country isn’t going to be much different than singing any other style it’s just going to have a certain accent to it.

First, you have to realize singers like Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, Clint Black and so many others practiced a lot of the same things other singers do in different styles. In fact, many of these country singers have famous vocal coaches. You can become a great singer in any style, once you learn things such as proper breathing, how to control your larynx, and raising your soft palate. Even other things, such as posture, and relaxation are crucial too.

I’ve been asked many times by people “how can I sing rock” or other styles and I always tell them the same thing. Well, do you know the basics yet? You have just commit a few minutes a day to inhaling air and watching your stomach expand. This is using your diaphragm. Then after the inhale, you naturally let the air out in an exhale.

You can also go look at your throat in the mirror when you’re singing song. Is your Adam’s apple raising or lowering while singing? This is incorrect, you have to learn how to stabilize your Adam’s apple because that will evenly use all of your vocal chords and you won’t end up straining your throat and vocal chords.

These are some of the things to keep in mind if you want to learn how to sing country style or any other singing style. Don’t get too hung up on what type of singing you’re doing, but rather concentrate on practicing the fundamentals to get better as a singer. It’s really as simple as that. Master the basics and start impressing everyone with your singing.

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