I'm too vain to go on TV. I'd be a monster of self-consciousness. Plus, I've got a ridiculous voice - I sound like a camp friend of Bertie Wooster's.
Your inner voice is the voice of divinity. To hear it, we need to be in solitude, even in crowded places.
I always feel I'm blessed, you know. I thank God for letting me use his voice. That's how I see it.
That's one thing you hear in my voice today. I could yodel from one octave to another octave. It always fascinated me.
People are living a lot longer these days and not preparing for it. I'm in the gym and, you know, using my voice.
Working with the brothers can put pressure on my voice, so I choose to do my own solo thing so I can save my voice. I couldn't do both now. The Neville Brothers is a funk band; they play loud, and I have a strong voice.
I am all for everyone having a voice; I just don't think everyone has earned the microphone. And that's what the Internet has done.
Don't try to guess what it is people want and give it to them. Don't ask for a show of hands. Try your best to write what you like, what you think your friends would like and what you think your father would like and then cross your fingers... The most valuable thing you have is your own voice.
I don't have a great instrument. I don't have the kind of ungodly control over my voice and body that great actors have. And I've worked with enough great actors to know that I'm not one.
Singing for stage, if you don't hear yourself, that's when you push, and that's when you can hurt your voice sometimes. So if I can hear myself in my ear, it really helps me to find that balance of how loud I needed to be singing.