Brett Manning

Owner of Brett Manning Studios & Creator Of The Worlds #1 Selling Program Singing Success.

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Brett Manning

Master teacher Brett Manning needs no introduction. Brett is one of the worlds most sought after vocal coaches, largely because of his uncanny ability to “see with his ears,” and instantly invent exercises that get astounding results. His client list contains winners of the world’s most prestigious vocal awards, including the Doves, the CMA Awards, and yes, the Grammys.

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Chanelle Guyton

Chanelle began her vocal education in Boston, MA where she attended Boston Arts Academy and took classes at Berklee College of Music. She received her undergraduate degree in Vocal Performance from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. She went on to complete her Masters of Music at Lee University in Cleveland, TN. While performing professionally, she uncovered her love of teaching and coaching. Chanelle began teaching private lessons out of her home, and is now a Brett Manning Associate teaching full-time at our studio in Nashville.

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Claude McKnight

Claude McKnight is a 10 Grammy Award winning vocalist. Having founded the vocal group Take 6, he brings a unique set of skills in not only technique, but style as well. He says, “My background of almost 30 years of professional singing has enabled me to be, and stay on the forefront of not only what sounds right, but what feels great!” Claude’s approach is unique in that he works with the basic elements of the voice; pitch, timbre, range, etc, and with the student, he helps to map the pathways to better choices, and confidence.

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Benny Meza

Benny is a living testimony to the effectiveness of the Singing Success method. When he started singing in high school, Benny was unable to sing above a Middle C without straining and feeling discomfort. Now he can sing above a High C in a full mixed voice with total freedom. Benny has a passion for teaching others how to get the same results that have completely revolutionized his voice. He says, “Many singers fall short because they don’t know how to use what they’ve got. Being able to hit high notes, sing smoothly, and do runs is important, but not enough.”

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Ben Waites

Ben Waites was born with arthrogryposis, and while his body may be bound to a wheelchair, his spirit is soaring through the gift of song. At a young age, Ben was inspired by his grandfather, Jim Waites, a talented singer and founder of the Gospel Tones Quartet. Ben knew he had to find his calling and to make something out of his life. His desire to spread the Gospel directed Ben to begin musical training.

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