Brett Manning

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Brett Manning
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Background information
OriginNashville, Tennessee, U.S.
Occupation(s)Vocal coach
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • piano
  • guitar
  • violin
Years active1990–present
Associated acts
  • Chanelle Guyton
  • Benny Meza
  • Ben Waites
  • Claude McKnight
Website

Brett Manning is an American vocal coach and singer. Over the course of his career Manning has trained many well-known music artists including Taylor Swift, Hayley Williams, Keith Urban, Leona Lewis, Poppy, Luke Bryan, Lauren Mayberry, Miley Cyrus, TJ Harris, Wes Hampton and Rob Chapman.[1] He has also coached several Grammy and CMA Award winners, as well as recent Broadway casts of Les Misérables, Jekyll & Hyde, and Elton John's Aida.

Manning is the founder of www.singingsuccess.com which is a resource site for singers seeking to improve their voices and is the author of "Singing Success 360" which is a "learn at home" vocal training course. Manning currently teaches out of his vocal studio on Music Row in Nashville, Tennessee, along with his associate teachers Chanelle Guyton, Benny Meza, Ben Waites, and Claude McKnight. Brett also teaches his vocal techniques through seminars and workshops around the world. In 2008 Manning was featured as a vocal coach and judge on CMT's television talent search, Can You Duet.[2]

Discography[edit]

Although Manning has written and recorded many songs, he has released only four of them, on a single EP called All In Your Mind - EP.

No.TitleLength
1."All in Your Mind"4:24
2."I Can't Say"4:22
3."The One"4:38
4."This Time"5:09
Total length:18:33

Manning also released a 16 song record titled Love Justice, under the band name 'Manning' in early 2015. The 'Manning' project was never truly promoted but did get a reasonable amount of airplay on indie radio stations. In 2016, Manning had his release party on an 800-acre historic farm in Franklin, with a follow-up performance at the Nashville venue "The Basement".

References[edit]

  1. "Products by Brett Manning". JustForSingers.com. Retrieved 20 January 2013.
  2. "Can You Duet?" Archived December 28, 2010, at the Wayback Machine, Brett Manning's Singing Success, June 05, 2008. Accessed April 20, 2008.


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