All vocals, all the time.
Coaching, production, consulting.
Vocal coach + producer Colby Lapolla began her formal training in Atlanta before attending Belmont University, graduating with a degree in classical vocal performance and Italian. Her background in classical disciplines lends itself well to a broad musical foundation and understanding which only continues to expand. She began studying at world-renowned Brett Manning Studios in 2013 and hasn’t looked back since.
Colby is certified in Brett Manning's Singing Success method, the #1 vocal coaching program in the world. Brett Manning and his team of associate coaches have worked with some of the top names in music and have a proven track record of success.
Her performance experience spans the globe and many genres and she is highly sought after as a coach of style and technique, and is a studio musician herself. Colby has worked extensively with touring artists and is well-equipped to handle the challenges a singer faces on the road.
What sets Colby apart is her ear. What started as simply a passion for helping clients sing with greater ease has quickly morphed into a full-service vocal consulting and holistic artist development brand. She is all about being the number one trusted set of ears for her artists. For some clients this means co-writing, for some it means production, and for others it means vocal arranging and touring with the artist herself.
Vocal production is a passion for Colby in and of itself, as it fuses the analytical and the creative, the technical knowledge with artistry, and her keen ear and easygoing demeanor add immense value to any studio setting.
Colby is committed to helping each and every client find their voice and be heard. And beyond that, to teach them how to strategically leverage their voice into a long career in music. She has coached a wide range of artists across genres and around the world, from psychedelic rock to electronic pop to outlaw country and beyond.
"If you’re singing for a living, your voice is your business and your product. And it has to be consistent. You have to have the tools to be strategic with your voice so that you can do what you already do best, even better." -Colby Lapolla