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27 minutes | Nov 21, 2022
Interview of Nancy by Greta Pope of Business Savvy Singer ES071
Nancy Bos, co-author of the best selling book Singing Through Change and host of the Every Sing podcast is interviewed by Greta Pope, host of the Business Savvy Singer podcast and mentor to singers. Learn more about Greta at gretapope.com, subscribe to her Business Savvy Singer podcast, and check out Greta's music on YouTube. Learn more about Nancy and get her free ebook The Topic 5 Mistakes That Keep People From Reaching Their Goals at nancybos.me, subscribe to her LinkedIn Newsletter Reframing Narratives, and check out all of Nancy's best selling books at studiobos.com
23 minutes | Jul 30, 2022
Nancy's Worst Nightmare ES70
In this final episode of season 5 of Every Sing, Nancy reveals her worst nightmare! As Nancy launches her professional speaking career with a a TEDx TEDxABQ talk, she shares the worst things that could possibly happen. -------------- My name is Nancy Bos. I’m a vocologist, speaker, and author. If you want to support me as a speaker, you can help by: Contacting me to talk to your company or group. I’m proud to say I’ve been described as “very inspiring and entertaining.” nancybos.me Forwarding this podcast to three of your friends Tagging me in a post or story on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Look for Nancy E Bos. Sending a link for my website to the person who brings speakers to your organizations Writing me back an unrestrained email about how much you like my message Supporting me financially by buying my books studiobos.com Subscribing to the Every Sing Podcast. The personal narrative series starts at episode 60.
33 minutes | Jul 22, 2022
Valerie White Williams on Creativity and Singing ES69
Valerie White Williams, famous for her YouTube channel Vocal Splendor Studios, joins host Nancy Bos for this episode on Creativity for singers. They have a behind-the-scenes discussion of what voice teachers hope for regarding creativity with their student singers. Aside from the YouTube channel, you can find Valerie at VocalSplendor.com and in FB and IG with @vocalsplendor --------- My name is Nancy Bos. I’m a vocologist, speaker, and author. If you want to support me as a speaker, you can help by: Contacting me to talk to your company or group. I’m proud to say I’ve been described as “very inspiring and entertaining.” Forwarding this podcast to three of your friends Tagging me in a post or story on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn Sending a link for my website to the person who brings speakers to your organizations Writing me back an unrestrained email about how much you like my message Supporting me financially by buying my books Subscribing to the Every Sing Podcast. The personal narrative series starts at episode 60.
25 minutes | Jul 14, 2022
The Impact of Personal Narratives Examined ES68
In this episode, Nancy Bos explores the impact of personal narratives in two situations, and discusses how adjusting ones personal narrative can help remove road blocks and self sabotage. ------- My name is Nancy Bos. I’m a vocologist, speaker, and author. If you want to support me as a speaker, you can help by: Contacting me to talk to your company or group. I’m proud to say I’ve been described as “very inspiring and entertaining.” Forwarding this email or texting a link to read it to three of your friends Tagging me in a post or story on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn Sending a link for my website to the person who brings speakers to your organizations Writing me back an unrestrained email about how much you like my message Supporting me financially by buying my books Subscribing to the Every Sing Podcast. The personal narrative series starts at episode 60. Thank you!!
37 minutes | Jun 16, 2022
Peak Performance Breakthroughs with Dr. Don Wood ES067
Dr. Don Wood, top tier peak performance coach, shares information that can change every aspect of a person's life. Find out more about Dr. Wood and his program at www.gettipp.com Personal Narratives, stage fright, limitations, can all be eliminated through his work. Nancy Bos is the author of FOUR best-selling books. Learn more at StudioBos Media Follow Nancy on Social Channels Are you following Nancy on Facebook and Twitter? Join her in conversation today! Learn more about Nancy's work and read her blog on her website.
31 minutes | Jun 2, 2022
Bring It On! with Hollis Citron ES66
Hollis Citron, influencer in the Creativity space, share her personal thoughts on creative, as well as what happened to her that made this her driving passion. Hollis Citron I Am Creative: Founder https://www.iamcreativephilly.net/ Podcast: https://creativeconversations.podbean.com/ https://www.amazon.com/author/holliscitron TV Show, I Am Creative with Hollis Citron: https://rvntelevision.com/tv-show/i-am-creative/ Follow Nancy on Social Channels Are you following Nancy on Facebook and Twitter? Join her in conversation today! Learn more about Nancy's work and read her blog on her website.
60 minutes | May 25, 2022
Barbara Strozzi, the story of an Amazing 17th Century Composer re-issue ES65
Barbara Strozzi and her brilliant music was lost to time until Dr. Candace Magner, researcher and publisher devoted her life to uncovering Strozzi's music. Please enjoy this re-issue of the conversation from August 2017. Publication Website: www.cordonatoeditions.com Blog Website for info: barbarastrozzi.com Email Dr. Magner: firstname.lastname@example.org The music heard in this podcast were Opus 2, number 4, "Costume Dei Grandi" and Opus 2, number 9 "La Vendetta", both performed by Dr. Magner with Adam Pearl, harpsichord; Michael Sponseller, cello; Andre Uhe and Michelle Brians, violins. The duet is Opus 2, number 23, "I Baci", performed by the group Favella Lyrica from their CD "A New Sappho" on Koch . Pamela Murray, soprano; Pamela Dellal, mezzo soprano; Michael Beattie, harpsichord; Daniel Ryan, violone.
31 minutes | May 19, 2022
How Nancy Overcame Stage Fright ES64
The best way to start to overcome our own blocks and issues are to listen to stories of how others overcame there. Nancy Bos shares her journey of dibilitating performance anxiety that left her a singing teacher who teaches because she couldn't "do". She then moves us into ways that we can each overcome our own anxiety around voice. Closing Song: Seattle When Its Raining - Nancy Bos accompanied by David Close
37 minutes | May 5, 2022
Finding AWESOME in Introversion ES063
As “The Excitable Introvert”, Jacqueline Shaulis guides introverted women of color to get seen, heard, and respected by embracing their AWESOME! Her 30+ years of communication and personal leadership experience developed through a challenging upbringing to international speaker and 4-time global bestselling author. https://jacquelineshaulis.com/
32 minutes | Apr 20, 2022
Petra Raspel Borzynski on Origin Stories ES062
33 minutes | Apr 14, 2022
Personal Narratives Revealed ES061
The focus of this season of Every Sing is Personal Narrative. Or personal stories. Personal narrative is a big topic, and we will try to cover it from loads of different angles here in every sing. You can also learn more about it by reading my articles on my blog at lifestorydesign.blogspot.com
37 minutes | Dec 2, 2020
Casper Babypants Strikes Again ES060
Chris Ballew - aka Casper Babypants and lead singer of the band Presidents of the USA - gave us so many great takeaways about why we sing in his interview in Jan 2018 - almost 3 years ago. I had to bring it back to your attention. Chris's journey from the top of the industry in PUSA to becoming a children's singer is inspiring. https://babypantsmusic.com/home Singing 101 Courses! are now available at https://nancybos.mykajabi.com/ Thanks to PepperJill and Jack for the theme music and Ken Feisel for the podcast logo.
21 minutes | Nov 11, 2020
Tears and Vulnerability with Lisa Horst Clark ES059
Scientists aren't certain about why we shed tears when we are emotional, but we can look to responses that others have when they see someone's tears as a possible reason why we evolved to have them. Strong emotions, tears, and vulnerability are important parts of singing. In this episode we begin to look at the pros and cons of vulnerability for the singer/performer and for the audience. Lisa advises us, preach from your scars, not from your wounds. Lisa Horst Clark is the Lead Pastor at Bellevue First Congregational Church, Bellevue, WA Thanks to PepperJill & Jack for the theme music, and Ken Feisel for the podcast logo. Visit nancybos.me for more Nancy!
11 minutes | Oct 28, 2020
Facing Denial About Singing ES058
Is it possible that society's denial of singing is perhaps based in individual's fears around their own singing! It is easier to act like singing isn't important than to face the fears that most of us have around singing. In this episode I explore this possibility and ask for your help to sort it out. The article I sighted from the Mayo Clinic site is at https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/in-depth/denial/art-20047926 After listening, if you have ideas for me, email me at email@example.com or call my office line and leave a message at +1 425-653-5586. I would LOVE to hear your thoughts on this. Thank you to Pepper Jill & Jack for the theme music, and Ken Feisel for the podcast logo.
32 minutes | Oct 16, 2020
Singing is Healing with Constanza Roeder ES057
Constanza Roeder, CEO and Founder of Hearts Need Art, came back for a second time to share the incredible value of singing for healing - physical, emotional, and mental healing. If you'd like to learn more about Constanza and her incredible back story, head over to Episode 41 - you'll love it! We touch on the substantial amount of science that is being done in this field. You will undoubtedly be inspired and feel validated about the need for singing by all. Thank you to PepperJill and Jack for the theme music, and for the cover art, thanks to Ken Feisel You can support StudioBos Media buy purchasing and recommending the books on singing found at www.studiobos.com
36 minutes | Oct 2, 2020
Can Menopause Affect the Singing Voice ES056
During the menopausal transition, which can start ten years before menopause and last for several more years after, there will be times when hormones fluctuate substantially from day to day. The voice, unfortunately, can seem unreliable and unpredictable because of the hormone roller coaster. At certain phases of the hormonal journey, many women need empathy and skilled assistance. Millions of women around the world are on the same path, and we no longer need to walk that path alone. Working together gives us a better understanding of the vocal issues women might face. Cate Frazier-Neely, Joanne Bozeman, and Nancy Bos SingingThroughChange.com Purchase the book on Amazon Every Sing on Facebook Every Sing on Twitter Every Sing on YouTube Music by PepperJill and Jack Art by Ken Feisel
34 minutes | Sep 17, 2020
Sing for Life with Jeanne Kelly ES054
Jeanne Kelly feels so strongly about her favorite thing to say, "sing for life," that she founded the non-profit Encore Creativity for Older Adults. The main emphasis of the organization is choirs for 55+ year olds from 28 different states. Encore Choirs understand the benefits of singing for each person, and helps seniors sing, through non-auditioned ensembles. https://encorecreativity.org/ Enjoying Every Sing? There's more at Nancy’s Website Every Sing on Facebook Every Sing on Twitter Every Sing on YouTube Music by PepperJill and Jack Art by Ken Feisel
32 minutes | Sep 17, 2020
Choir Go Forth and UnMute ES053
Singers can't meet. We are in the middle of a pandemic of an airborne virus. But choirs are essential. So how can we keep singing. Keith "Doc" Hampton and Stephen O'Bent share their tips, encouragement, and enthusiasm for choirs. Dr. Keith Hampton http://drkeithhampton.com/ Artistic Director Founder, Chicago Community Choruswww.chicagocommunitychorus.org Stephen O'Bent https://www.stephenobent.com/ First Congregational Church, Bellevue WA Digipen Institute of Technology Every Sing on Facebook Every Sing on Twitter Every Sing on YouTube Music by PepperJill and Jack Art by Ken Feisel
27 minutes | Sep 17, 2020
Singing is Essential with Dr. Lynne Gackle ES052
Dr. Lynne Gackle is President of the American Choral Directors Association, author of the book Finding Ophelia's Voice, Opening Ophelia's Heart: Nurturing the Adolescent Female Voice: An Exploration of the Physiological, Psychological, and Musical Developments of Female Students, and Director of choral activities Baylor University. She has a big message to share with us. Science has proven the value of singing to mental and physical health, community connection, and education. Singing is essential. Now is the time to advocate for it. Thank you to PepperJill and Jack for the theme music, and Ken Feisel for designing the Every Sing logo.
10 minutes | Sep 16, 2020
Why Singing is More Than Performing ES055
According Lynn Helding in her book, The Musician’s Mind, “One of the best techniques shown to sustain motivation and keep attention on track is goal-setting, the conscious act of listing one or several goals that one wishes to reach. On the surface, it can look like giving performances is the main goal of singers. I propose, however, that the performance is way down the list of goals for all singers. There are so many other reasons why a singer sings, and sometimes performing doesn’t even factor in. The Musician's Mind by Lynn Helding We Are Not Alone by Pepper Chopin performed by Bellevue FCC Nancy’s Website Every Sing on Facebook Every Sing on Twitter Every Sing on YouTube Music by PepperJill and Jack Art by Ken Feisel
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