Contact|Search|Cart

 Jeannie and I did some jamming together at the NAMM show, and her singing was amazing. She is a master of her instrument, and also a great teacher… 



Paul Gilbert
Rock Guitarist on Shrapnel Records
Singer’s Guide to Powerful PerformancesSinger’s Guide to Powerful Performances
Voice Consultation-Natascha CorriganVoice Consultation-Natascha Corrigan

Singer's Blog by Jeannie Deva

Using the Blog

Use the links above to see blog posts in those subjects. The numbers in parenthesis ( ) are the number of blog posts in that category. Within each category the posts are listed in date order from most recent to oldest. You can return to this main blog page from any category by using a link that appears at the top of each category page.

Or you can scroll down this page to see posts in all categories in date order from most recent to oldest.
Listing all posts with label Popular Singers. Show all posts.
  1. Destiny's Child Vocal GroupRecently Fifth Harmony performed a Destiny’s Child medley on ABC’s new show Greatest Hits. You can see a teaser video of the performance using the link at the end of this blog post. Whether or not you like the music of Fifth Harmony as much as they like to sing Destiny’s Child songs, you probably would agree that they are a talented vocal group.
  2. Jeannie Deva at Sunset

    On January 17, 2016 the wonderful spirit we have known as Jeannie Deva departed her body. Jeannie has touched and enriched the lives of so many people and she will be missed. 

    She was passionate about singing and helping singers to reach their full potential.

  3. Sam Smith
    To get to a point where vocal surgery is required is definitely no joke no matter who you are. But when it means having to cancel numerous concerts part of a full-out tour, undergo surgery and then undergo absolute and complete vocal rest for weeks and carry the weight of uncertainty on just how your voice is going to sound once recovered, well… my heart is heavy.

  4. Mariah CareyPerhaps the journalists who criticized Mariah's performance should get their ears checked or at least stop using the reactions of select celebrity audience members to determine the quality of a performance. The majority of the live audience in Las Vegas who heard Mariah Carey sing her new song "Infinity" responded with resounding applause.

  5. Mariah CareyWithin hours of Mariah Carey opening her Chanteuse tour in Tokyo on October 4, 2014, the media was awash with insulting videos and news stories about how badly she sounded. If you listen to the sample YouTube video of her show that is posted on TMZ.com, even taking into consideration the poor recording quality of the video, it is clear that a once great singer has run aground on the rocks of vocal blow-out like so many before her.

© 1997-2017. All Rights Reserved. Jeannie Deva®, The Deva Method®  Complete Vocal Training for Stage and Studio™ are service and trademarks owned by Jeannie Deva Enterprises, Inc. Los Angeles, CA. 818-875-4747