Female vocal material in the classic rock vein would be a tresure around these parts for sure..Ive watched it die slowly in the clubs over the last 15yrs or so but its still happenin on the fairs and festival circuit..The few ladies we still have around here are doing mostly 80's dance along with covering bands like Journey, Boston, Kansas etc.(stuff outta my range for sure
)...Assuming that your just getting started,get ya 40 of your best tunes, figure out what keys you sing them best in,get a good grasp of musical terms and how to communicate them.Learn some basic chord theory if ya havent already...Most seasoned musicians will be glad to help if ya come off serious and willing to learn...Ahhh...to have asteady female vocal again...Its been a while
...I miss that alto.(high stack harmony).
Start networkin , get cards made up, hang out back stage while bands are settin up/tearin down..Im sure youve prolly hit the local stores...
This is a goofy business,sometimes a postion will present itself when ya least expect it so stay on top of your networking, even when it looks dead.
My hayday was 75-94.Since then ,it has gotten rough out there.BUT, theres plenty of over 40s' on here still giggin on many different levels so hang in there...
Hope your giggin soon,
John in WV.