So you KILLED it in rehearsal.
And now you’re ready to hit the road and start singing your songs out live.
The only problem is…you sound totally different on stage than you did with your vocal coach the other day.
The monitors are somewhere, up in the rafters behind you so you can barely hear yourself.
And you can feel that your pitch is waaay off.
Meanwhile, the venue’s “sound engineer” is no help.
Since he seems more interested in picking sunflower seeds out of his teeth than he is about making you sound great.
And now everything you just worked your butt off for the last 3 weeks, seems like it was all for nothing.
I’d be lying if I said I’ve never been in your shoes.
But the truth is, whenever you’re on the road…and you sing at a new venue…
You really don’t know what you’re going to get…
Sometimes you’ll sound AMAZING.
Other times, maybe not so much.
And a lot of times, it’s not your fault.
So what can you do to ensure you have a killer performance each time you hit the stage…
No matter what odds are stacked up against you?
Find out in today’s video.