Music & Entertainment
Lesson time 1:28 min
Reba closes her MasterClass with some final thoughts for you to apply on your journey.
Topics include: Reba's parting advice.
I hope what you take away from this master class is a few tidbits of advice on how to stand on stage, how to say thank you to an audience, how to tend to business. Because this is a business. It's not just fun and games. It is a business. And how to conduct yourself. How to present yourself. How to pick out a song. Are you a singer? Are you a songwriter? Are you both? I hope that you've learned something and I hope it's helped. I hope you've been entertained. And I hope I see you down the road somewhere. Maybe up on stage with me. I'd love to share the stage with you. But whatever field that you choose to take in the country music business, or the music business in general, best of luck to you. Godspeed. And thank you so much for your time.
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The classes are just what I was hoping for in terms of what I believe I'm missing as a singer song writer
Fabulous! Very insightful & full of great advice! Thank you Reba :)
My motivation at this point in the career that I have had is to use these classes to help me better teach, encourage and create opportunities for the next two generations of artist, writers, performers and technical people that have to replace me. If I have learned anything, it that the gift of Masterclass this holiday season is the best gift to those that I wish to help inspire.
I started this class 4 weeks ago, since following her instructions I have noticed a difference in my voice, how to warm up and prepare, how to interact with fans, how to dress and how to make it in the music industry, sad the lessons are over. Thank you Reba, hope to be singing alongside you one day.