Interview with Adrienne Osborn - Vocalist, Coach and Former World Ranked Water Skier

This week's podcast guest is Adrienne Osborn who currently runs Performance High Vocal Coaching in Denver, Colorado. Adrienne also keeps a busy performance schedule singing with several bands around the greater Denver area in addition to her own writing and performance project. She has a unique teaching philosophy built from her experiences as a world ranked water skier in coping with stage fright and has been sought out online and in person for her guidance and openness in overcoming tension and fear. 


Make sure to check out our podcast now streaming on iTunes and SoundCloud and see the show notes below for mentions from the interview and ways in which you can connect with Adrienne.


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Where to Find Adrienne







Study with Adrienne

Performance High Website (Online downloads and programs available, contact for details.)

Email Performance High - 

Performance High Instagram

Performance High Facebook

YouTube Instructional Videos


Check Out Adrienne's Music


Apple Music



For more in depth reading on the power of visualization, how athletes use kinesthetic memory and how you can build it into your music practice, check out yesterday's blog post. And, as always, you can get tips and updates from following along on the Musician Health Resource Instagram page where I'll also have a quick tip from Adrienne posted.


Remember, our bodies should never limit our art so learn how to train like an athlete to play like a musician.


Less pain and more music!


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