No matter what kind of music you play on stage there will be spaces between songs. The spaces are valuable real estate that often go unused. How can you take full advantage of them and why?
When you tell a story on stage something magical happens to your audience. The second you begin telling your tale your audience's brains start to release chemicals that intensely focus attention on what you will say next. Your stories are a drug that can completely change how they will hear the song that comes after. Your stories bring you closer to your fans.
Learn how to write and tell stories aimed at your audiences three most effective targets: their heads, their hearts and their funny bones.
Join entertainer, singer and former national radio host Tim Tamashiro for this unique digital course designed to enhance and balance your live performances. If your music is great you can make your shows even greater with Storytelling Between Songs.
- You will require either a computer or a notebook / pen to write three stories
- You will need an open mind
- You will require a reliable partner you can tell your stories to
- You will write, rehearse and deliver three meaningful stories for three of your best songs.
- You will balance your show with stories that audiences will love
- You will learn to reliably interact with your audience
- You will have a proven method for adding new stories throughout your career
Tim Tamashiro is an entertainer and speaker. He provides music, entertainment, hosting and keynote addresses for events, theatres and conventions. He specializes in sharing meaningful music and storytelling experiences.
Prior to his current occupation, Tim was a former national radio host at CBC Radio 2. During his 10 1/2 year career he guided listeners on air with meaningful stories and music from the great American songbook.
Tim considers himself a "happiness hacker". He researches and helps others understand strategies for living meaningful lives. He is currently writing a book about a Japanese strategy for life worth called How to Ikigai.
Tim lives in Calgary, Canada. He supports food bank charities and daily acts of kindness.