QUEENSRŸCHE, IRON MAIDEN, TESTAMENT Vocalists Among Frontmen Spotlighted In Singer Book

September 4, 2002

QUEENSRŸCHE's Geoff Tate, IRON MAIDEN's Bruce Dickinson, TESTAMENT's Chuck Billy and JUDAS PRIEST's Tim "Ripper" Owens are some of the vocalists featured in the new book entitled Pro Secrets Of Heavy Rock Singing, which is being described in an official press release as "the first instructional singing book to address exclusively rock singing in the singers' own words. Learn to sing like a pro, maximize your vocal range, increase power and avoid burnout. Learn what to do on the road before and after a show to maintain your voice. International stars share their insider knowledge."

The book includes exclusive interviews with the above-mentioned singers, plus Joe Lynn Turner (RAINBOW, DEEP PURPLE),James LaBrie (DREAM THEATER),David Draiman (DISTURBED),John Bush (ANTHRAX),Angela Gossow (ARCH ENEMY),and many more.

"I almost devoured this book the first day I got it," said Gossow. "It's thrilling to read about Bruce or Chuck's survival techniques. It's so releasing to learn they also have problems from time to time, and nearly everybody blew his voice out at least once — and everybody got it back with proper vocal coaching. Including myself, haha... Vocalists, growlers, screamers: GO GET IT! It should be published very soon."

Pro Secrets Of Heavy Rock Singing, written by Bill Martin, is being published by Sanctuary Publishing Limited. For more information, go to www.secretsofsinging.com or buy it at www.amazon.co.uk. Onsale in the USA in October.

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