Is it talent or tenacity? Find out by listening to these captivating conversations culled from over a decade of interviews with a diverse array of rock’s noteworthy voices.
Vocal philosophy. Studio recording vs. singing live. Warming up, or not warming up. Challenges and triumphs, joy and disappointment. Preparing for sessions and preparing for concerts. These and many more insights from the vocalists who make our favorite hard rock songs come alive.
Tony Harnell in the womb as his mother sang in the opera. The late Jimi Jamieson (Survivor) grinding for twelve hours a day singing TV and radio jingles. Ronnie Atkins (Pretty Maids) re-learning how to sing after battling lung cancer. Michael Sweet on hitting the high notes as we get older. Current/former members of Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Queensryche, Skid Row and many more share their thoughts and personal stories in this unique collection.
“Whenever I interview my favorite singers on the radio show, I always spend a few minutes discussing the voice,” explains author Ron Keel, “simply because I find the topic fascinating. I’ve spent countless hours revisiting hundreds of these discussions and cherry-picking these magic moments when we’re just…talking singing.”
This Audiobook is being published one chapter at a time for All Access members at Patreon.com/RonKeel. Upon completion, it will be released in its entirety by RFK Media.