Weekly summary of August 20, 2018

We are pleased to feature Speechless, Mamma Mia and God Is a Woman among the 33 tracks in Instrumental Version that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest Backing Tracks as made famous by Dan + Shay, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, or Ariana Grande.

Weekly summary of August 13, 2018

We are pleased to feature High Hopes, She Got the Best of Me and Somewhere Between I Love You and I'm Leavin' among the 27 tracks in Backing Tracks that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest MP3 instrumental karaoke as made famous by Panic! At the Disco, Luke Combs, or Cody Jinks.

Weekly summary of August 06, 2018

We are pleased to feature Better Now, Blue on Black and Super Trouper among the 38 tracks in MP3 instrumental karaoke that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest Instrumental Version as made famous by Post Malone, Five Finger Death Punch, or Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.

Weekly summary of July 30, 2018

We are pleased to feature In My Dreams, I Got Mexico and Lawyers, Guns and Money among the 44 tracks in Instrumental Version that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest Backing Tracks as made famous by Anastasia (Broadway Musical), Eddy Raven, or Warren Zevon.

Become a better musician while on vacation (without practicing!)

Unwind. For some, this is exactly what you are looking for on vacation, to take a break from the daily grind. But for singers and musicians, unwinding may end up winding you up. Stopping your practice sessions can slow down progress. Worse, some things that have taken time to learn can be easily forgotten, some automatisms fade... For example, a guitarist working on chord progression certainly cannot afford to put everything on "stand-by" for several weeks.

It's difficult for a drummer to find space for such a voluminous instrument in the trunk of the family sedan, but when it's time to close the trunk and hit the road, it's certainly not impossible to continue learning music.

In the absence of intensive practice, theory, listening, and observation can be good ways to stay in-tune and in-shape.