A Life Devoted To Music
Lorna began serious involvement with music at age 9 when she began to take violin lessons. After 20 years in Nashville, she came to Jacksonville and opened The Nashville Vocal Coach in 2000. Call Lorna today at 904-727-7057 to find out how she can help you or your child achieve your musical dreams.

The Nashville Vocal Coach
P.O. Box 19942, Jacksonville, Florida 32245
904-727-7057 | Contact Lorna

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Professional Vocal Coach Jacksonville Florida

Over 35 Years of Professional Experience
Lorna Greenwood has over thirty-five years of professional experience. She spent twenty years in Nashville, TN working in the music industry. Her accomplishments inlcude performing on “The Grand Ole Opry™”, and touring internationally with RCA™/BMG’s™ Roger Whittaker. Lorna also has experience in the recording studio as a jingle singer, demo singer, writer, and producer. She has worked with record labels, publishers, distributors, public relation, and much more.

Call Lorna Greenwood in Jacksonville, Florida at 904-727-7057 for Professional Career Development Counseling

Voice Lessons JacksonvilleVoice and Violin are the Instruments of Choice for Lorna Greenwood

The former Nashville artist, who while in Music City performed as part of the Grand Ole Opry act The New Vic Willis Trio; and toured worldwide as featured artist with the RCA/BMG  Roger Whittaker troupe; is now based in Jacksonville, FL. Visit me at www.lornagreenwood.com and on MySpace.

Here the versatile vocalist continues to perform selected engagements, but also devotes much time to developing promising talent, as a way of giving something back in appreciation for her own successes.

I currently offer vocal instruction for contemporary style singing for all ages and levels of singers,emphasizes the blonde entertainer. I stress vocal health and proper singing technique to maintain a healthy instrument.

Greenwood, who also excels as a Native American flutist and percussionist, relocated to the First Coast in 2000. Calling upon 35 plus years of well-rounded experience in the music industry, she also offers students career counseling, covering such facets as stage presence, image, public relations, songwriting, publishing and artist development.

"Lessons are tailor-made for each individual and their unique needs and situation, with the intent of helping them reach their goals." adds Greenwood.

Since moving to the First Coast area (to be near her late dancer-mom Margaret), one of her more memorable projects to participate in was being engaged by the host committee to produce and record music for Super Bowl 39. In that regard, she co-wrote Super Bowl theme music (with writer-architect Richard Reep): It was featured on the Super Bowl website that year (2005)!

Lorna relishes in collaborating with pros, notably Kathy Shepard in their mid-1980s MonReve (My Dream) duo, creating self-penned songs, including their colorful   music video aired on TNN, World Cable Network and CMTV ³This Old Kitchen Table; recording with multiple Grammy-award-winning producer Dennis Scott on his Native Rhythms album; and with producer/musician Jay Vern, owner of Jay’s Place Recording Studio on Music Row.

Earlier on in her career, Lorna supplied vocals for jingles and commercials promoting products like Sohio gasoline, Hardee's, Best Department Stores and the Phil Donahue Show.

After being a music major at the University of New Hampshire, she focused her energies on performing. Fronting her own combo nationwide, the Lorna Greenwood Show gigs included Harrah's Casino in Atlantic City, The Lone Star Cafe in New York City, and the Boston Playboy Club.

Statuesque and single, she stresses, "Music is my life. This is it for me."

Lorna was inspired by her brother Buddy, who suffered mental impairment, to found DreamShip, Inc., a non-profit Nashville organization, in 1986. "He taught me more about the real meaning of life than any other person I've ever known", says Greenwood, whose brother died in 1983.

Coming to the aid of Lorna’s DreamShip fundraisers were such star names as Eddy Arnold, Roy Clark, Sam Lovello, Rosanne Cash, Randy Travis, Minnie Pearl, Tommy Tutone, Jim Varney, Lorrie Morgan and Hank Williams, Jr., just to name a few.

 


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