Roger Love is recognized as one of the world’s leading authorities on voice and speech training. No other vocal coach in history has been more commercially successful in both the speaking and singing fields.
Roger has vocally produced more than 100 million CD sales worldwide, written three best-seller books, created the best-selling audio programs Vocal Power and The Perfect Voice, and has appeared as a regular in four major network TV shows. His film voice coaching credits include Walk The Line, Crazy Heart, Begin Again and Annie. Roger vocal coached Reese and Joaquin for the film Walk the Line. The film received 3 Golden Globe Awards, 1 Screen Actors Guild Award, 1 Platinum Selling CD Award, a Grammy Award, and an Academy Award.
Why Roger Love?
You might not realize it, but your professional success, personal happiness, and satisfaction in life are directly linked to your ability to communicate.
By communicate, we’re not just talking about the words you use. According to a scientific study at Stanford University, your words only account for about 7% of whether or not anyone believes you, likes you and thinks you’re smart, funny, strong or successful. By contrast, tonality – the sounds your voice makes aside from the words – counts for more than 38%! When you understand how your physiology and tonality can unite, almost 93% of the incredible powers of communication and influence will be in your hands.
Roger Love’s training, mentorship, and personal coaching programs will teach you to master this 93% to your advantage and get you the results you want!
Roger coaches singers such as Gwen Stefani, John Mayer, and Selena Gomez, as well as speakers like Anthony Robbins, Suze Orman, Brendon Burchard and Simon Sinek, and screen personalities including as Reese Witherspoon, Jeff Bridges, Zoe Saldana, Keira Knightly, Angelina Jolie, Bradley Cooper, and Joaquin Phoenix. Roger enjoyed vocal coaching Jeff Bridges and Colin Farrell for the hit movie Crazy Heart. Jeff won an Academy Award for Best Actor, and the song, Weary Kind won as Best Song from a Movie.
Roger is the President of Voiceplace, an interactive media company that specializes in voice-related content for educational and entertainment purposes.