Former TNT Singer TONY HARNELL Offering Online Vocal Coaching

Former TNT singer Tony Harnell has received hundreds of requests for vocal coaching over the years from people all around the world. Finally everyone has the opportunity to study with Tony online from anywhere and everywhere!

All you need is:

* High-speed Internet
* iChat or Skype
* Webcam (optional)
* A headset/headphones and a microphone
* You must understand and speak English fluently to participate

Step One: E-mail [email protected] and attach a recent mp3 demo of yourself. Explain why you want to study with Tony in the message. Please make your e-mail as short and informative as possible.

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Step Two: Fees, payment method and schedule will be attached with his reply.

Serious students only please. Tony will only be accepting a limited number of students.

Tony Harnell recently uploaded three new demo tracks to his official MySpace page:

01. Cinematic
02. Out from Under the Black Cloud
03. The Show

Commented Harnell: "I decided to share a few of my new demos with you. Not all the songs will end up on my solo album. I am experimenting with different ideas and thought I would open that up to all of you. The Internet has changed everything and it just seems old fashioned and silly to hold music back till the final album when you could be enjoying new songs now. These are DEMOS so they are not perfect or finished which I think is the charm of the whole thing. And you can't download but you can come and listen anytime."

Harnell's final release as a member of TNT was the "Live in Madrid" DVD, which came out in September 2006 via MTM Music. The set, which was filmed on April 1, 2006 in Madrid, Spain, was accompanied by an 82-minute audio CD plus booklet liner notes from Harnell about his work with the group as well as an additional tour documentary by Darren Paltrowitz.

TNT (featuring Tony Harnell) performing the song "Eveyone's a Star" at Sweden Rock Festival 2004:

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