My name is Ken Taylor and I am the voice of Singing Lessons Nashville. I am also a vocal coach in the Memphis area who travels to Nashville on a frequent basis to learn the techniques of some of the best vocal coaches in the world. After a decade and a half of vocal instruction and over 10 years of being a professional performer, I'm very picky about who I work with because sadly, I've found that at least 95% of all vocal instructors have no clue as to what they're talking about. It's that rare 5% or less that I try to surround myself with so that I can help people like you become the best singers possible!
That being said, I have put together this website to share with you some of my vocal mentors. Each instructor posted here has earned my upmost respect, having proved to me that though their methods may be unusual, they are highly effective and well worth the investment! Heck, these instructors have helped me grow my range from 2 1/2 octaves to a whopping 5 octaves in less than a year and I had a degree in vocal performance long before I ever stepped foot in their studios. They've also given me the tools to help me help many of my student expand their range by at least half an octave in their first lesson! It's awesome!
Having said that, they are far from the cheapest vocal coaches in the Nashville area, but I'd still encourage you to find a way to learn from them because in the long run, you'll find working with them is a much better investment. As I share with my students,
"I learn more from these coaches in a handful of lesson than I could
from most other singing teachers a couple of years."
I hope that this site helps you feel more comfortable making the right decision when it comes to your private voice lessons. The only reason I decided to put together this site was to help people like you more forward more quickly than I did. If you have any questions about any of these coaches, please feel free to email me at
and I will be happy to share my thoughts and experiences with you. As a side note, I receive no compensation from this site, nor do any of these instructors even know I'm putting it up, so know that if you ask me an honest question, you'll receive an honest answer.
Thanks for visiting this site and as always, Happy Singing!
ps - Feel free to visit my website SingingTipsBlog.com to learn more about general vocal technique.