A website for aspiring singers, called How to Improve Singing with Katarina, evaluated many Halloween songs in order to narrow the list to the best 15 songs to sing for Halloween. The full list of songs along with the selection criteria can be found on the website at http://tips.how2improvesinging.com.
Examples of the songs that the list recommends are:
A fun song from the 50s written by Jay Hawkins and sung by many artists, such as Bette Midler or Nina Simone “I Put a Spell on You”
A classic rock song from the 70s suitable for any Halloween gathering “Werewolves of London” by Warren Zevon
Another classic song from the 80s “Somebody’s Watching Me” by Rockwell that featured former Motown artist Michael Jackson in the chorus
The list was published in attempt to provide new and aspiring singers with a resource of singable Halloween songs. Inexperienced singers often choose songs that are inappropriate for their level of vocal abilities or songs that highlight their limited vocal range or other technical problems. The website offers guidelines for choosing the right songs to sing for any singer. The list of these top Halloween songs names 15 songs that follow the criteria of easy songs to sing.
When discussing the reasons for publishing the list, Katarina, the creator of the website for aspiring singers said,
“Many Halloween songs are difficult to sing, especially if you are not a heavy metal or punk rock singer or a singer with a fully equipped studio that can produce sound effects. The following list features songs that are relatively easy to sing, although some may be more challenging than others.”
New singers who want to sing on Halloween and who are looking for appropriate songs for their vocal abilities can view the list at http://tips.how2improvesinging.com/top-halloween-songs-to-sing. The suggested songs have relatively easy lyrics and melodies to be performed by aspiring singers with little experience.
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