Music City Superstar Judges 2021
Chazn is a singer, songwriter and musician for Elijah's Heart hunger relief program. He is also the band leader and music producer, for The Anomalies Movement
Chase has been teaching voice for over ten years and has taught thousands of private lessons dealing with a diversity of voices and musical genres. He has worked with numerous signed and touring artists and was a Hollywood finalist on season 7 of American Idol. Chase specializes in style and artistic development. He has also worked extensively with students interested in learning to sing harmony for the first time.“It is my core belief that everyone can sing! No matter where you are starting out, God gave all of us a voice and it is our job as vocal coaches to facilitate, foster, and free individual's voices to communicate through song.”
Chanelle Guyton became certified in Brett Manning's Singing Success Method in 2013 and has recently been honored as a Master Associate. Having coached over 8,000 lessons with students all over the world, her students range from the earliest beginner to students with music degrees, and some of the hottest up-and-coming artists in Nashville and abroad. Chanelle is best known for helping students achieve a commercial sound and quickly targeting and diagnosing difficult vocal struggles. She is known in Nashville as "the girl who fixes voices."
Benny has a passion for teaching vocal techniques that make singers great and relevant in the world today. He works with artists from labels and production companies such as Sony, Universal, inVogue, Kemosabe Records, and Lionsgate. And he’s a living testimony to the effectiveness of the Singing Success method.
Madison Sariah has been training under Brett Manning since she was 9. Now 23 she has been an associate for a little over 2 years. Some of her favorite things to teach is hard mix and whistle voice!
Ben Waites has traveled and sang as a Southern Gospel artist since the age of eleven. His career has seen many accomplishments including a North Louisiana Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame induction and becoming an associate vocal coach under Brett Manning.