Own The Stage: Vocal Performance
Learn How to Sing – Learn How to Lead. No More Stage Mistakes, Equipment Fails, or Cringey Stage Banter – Transform Yourself Into The Ultimate Band Leader
Do you know what happens if your singing techniques are wrong?
A doctor will order you to stay silent as a last ditch effort to save your voice.
This is what happened to Ty Christian, frontman of Lords of The Trident. When this news came, Ty had already been touring and singing in his band for years.
Ty never had any formal voice training. He thought his singing techniques were great.
But he began noticing some problems.
It started taking longer for his voice to heal after a tour and he started to lose notes in his range completely during singing warm ups.
It Took Almost Three Years To Save His Voice
First, he had to be nearly silent for months just to have a chance to save his voice. Barely speaking, and absolutely no singing.
Second, he needed voice lessons to repair his voice. Lastly, he needed to adopt proper singing techniques.
This process took nearly three years.
All because he didn’t know he was singing incorrectly.
If only he learned the right vocal warm up exercises and singing techniques from a trusted coach from the beginning…
Get the Same Voice Training That Saved Ty’s Career
By teaching vocal warm up exercises and proper singing techniques, Dr. Adam Shelton gave Ty the voice training he needed in order to keep his dreams alive.
Dr. Adam Shelton is an actual doctor of vocal performance with a proven track record of results in Madison, WI. He’s an expert on how to improve your singing voice.
For over 10 years, Dr. Shelton has helped his students both in-person and with online voice lessons:
- Achieve top state honors
- Be accepted into all-state choirs
- Land their musical dream performance roles
- Crush their college auditions
- Earn coveted scholarships
Own the Stage & Leave Your Mark
Ty will give you the secrets to developing that magnetic on-stage personality you must have as a performer.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
- How to move on stage with confidence in order to command your audience
- Ways to develop charisma on stage so that your audience finds you interesting and entertaining
- The number one way to deal with stage fright so that you can be more comfortable and relaxed on stage
- Go-to stage moves that look flashy and cool
- How to use your hands, microphone, and microphone stand so you don’t feel awkward without an instrument
- Why it’s important to practice the show and not just the songs
- Experience-tested banter and things to say so you look confident on the stage
- The types of microphones, how to pick the best one for you, and how to make sure you don’t have a cable failure that ends your show
Meet Your Instructors - Ty Christian & Dr. Adam Shelton
Ty Christian is a world-class vocalist who has been touring the world with his band Lords of the Trident for 15 years.
Ty has been singing on stages since he was 10, and with bands since he was 14. He’s studied as an operatic tenor under Dr. Shelton since 2018, and has performed multiple operatic duets with other power metal singers via his YouTube series “Power Metal Opera Battles”.
Outside of his main band, Ty has done studio vocal work for numerous other bands and artists such as Thor, Raptor Command, Judicator, Marius Danielsen’s Legend of Valley Doom, WarnerBeast, Vis Mystica, Fairyland, Maxxxwell Carlisle, and more. He specializes in multi-part choral harmonies.
Ty holds three degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is a 3rd degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, and is the executive director of the Madsion Area Music Association, a charity that raises money for school music education.
Originally from Tennessee, Dr. J. Adam Shelton has a DMA in vocal performance from UW- Madison and a killer sweet tea recipe. Reviewers and fans alike note his “fine tenor flamboyance” and how he is “effortlessly hilarious… like Harvey Feirstein with pitch.”
An opera singer by trade and a country singer by heart, he’s at home in multiple genres with career highlights include roles in English, Italian, French, musicals, drag, tuxedos, and cowboy boots.
As a pedagogue, Dr. Shelton teaches at the collegiate level and maintains the Shelton Private Voice Studio.
He has trained at the CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute at Shenandoah Conservatory in jazz, pop/rock, country, and gospel. His students have gone on to national competitions and awards programs while recording their own albums, podcasts, and gigging.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to know music theory?
Not at all! Included with the course is a PDF file of all the sequences and examples played so that you can follow along easily.
Do I need to know how to read music notes?
Nope! The included PDF is in guitar tab format—so no need to know how to read music at all.
Do I need to be an expert-level guitarist to get the most out of this course?
Absolutely not. All the concepts taught in this course are completely beginner-friendly and can be ramped up in difficulty and speed as you practice and become better at guitar. You can go at it completely at your own pace and, more than anything, this course is designed to help kickstart your creative riff juices.
What if I get stuck or need help?
When you buy the course, you are invited to join a private Facebook and Discord group where you can join hundreds of other course owners and all our instructors to ask any questions you might have and find help. You can even show any progress you are making and ask for feedback!
How is the course delivered?
Once you have bought the course, you can stream it all right from our website on our custom platform that lets you keep track of your progress. But if you rather download the videos for viewing later, you can do that too.