One Voice can change the world with Tina Bangel

Tina Bangel is a Vocal Coach, Singer and Songwriter. One Voice can change the world was created to share inspiring stories from people making a difference in the music industry and in the world today. Incredible Voices who will give you the tools & tips to help you become a performer you will be proud of. Helping you take your lifestyle and music business to the next level.
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Dec 7, 2016

Thank you Fideliz Cruz for having me on your show!  Always such a pleasure to work with you!

This episode is an interview was from Fideliz Cruz's YouTube Channel.

"In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ms Tina Bangel. 

Founder and Owner of "One Voice" School of Singing!

I'm so inspired by Tina as i watch her do what she loves the most and that's sharing the message of "One Voice" & sharing her talent of singing and empowering her students through music.

So How can One Voice; YOUR VOICE change the world?

Here are the Gold Nuggets that i got from this interview:

In the journey of discovering your passions and what it is that lights you up, It's all about giving it a go and trying out new things! Courageously take the opportunities that you're given and use this as a learning experience! - You never know, this could be the stepping stone towards discovering your passion!

There will never be a perfect time, so don't wait any longer and decide to make the move today! This might be in your business, your career, in your studies etc. Focus on the WHY you're doing what you're doing and this will always cause you to move forward and not wait on the what seems to be "perfect" timing.

and lastly,

Your opinion, your views, your thoughts and your words matter and you've got to be heard! All of us evolve and change as we grow and as we do that, we need to be able to express ourselves. This is a great tool to get our message of love, hope and encouragement out there. Whatever your message to the world, make sure it come's from within. If you need to get coaches to help you bring that voice out, then do it!

I love what Tina says:
"One Voice. It starts with you and you have the confidence within you. You have the ability to change peoples lives with your voice. It doesn't matter if it's singing, ti could be through dance, art or sports but you have that ability to change peoples lives just because you have the inspiration and drive within you."

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Thank you One Last Time Productions for making this beautiful video!"

Sep 22, 2016

richard fink


Celebrity vocal coach, Richard Fink IV, will be visiting from NY to teach his technique known as THROGA (throat-yoga) and share insights from his newly published book, 7 Dimensions of Singing. In this 2 hour workshop, Richard will demonstrate how to target any aspect of your voice to create balance and vocal freedom by combining the power of the mind, practice and contemporary science. Discover the tools you can use to reach your TRUE potential as a vocalist, perfect for aspiring singers, actors, touring professionals and teachers alike.

Tickets to the workshop can be purchased here:

Richard is the founder of THROGA, 2x Guinness World Record breaker as a vocalist and has been labeled as the “world’s leading online vocal coach” by the Wall Street Journal. Richard's versatile 5 octave vocal range made him an award-winning singer for solo performances as Jesus (Jesus Christ Superstar) and Jean Valjean (Les Miserables), along with several original albums released between 1991 and 2005. His vocal production and songwriting skills even led to co-writing and demoing songs for top charting artists such as Josh Groban and Michael Jackson. Now, with clients in over 100 countries spanning all 7 continents, Richard has taught his THROGA techniques to multi-platinum selling artists, actors, public speakers, Broadway stars, and singers featured on Disney, Nickelodeon, The Voice, The X Factor, American Idol, America's Got Talent, Australia's Got Talent, MTV, CMT, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, The Tonight Show, Live with Kelly, Yo Soy El Artista, Dancing with the Stars, and many others. Additionally, Richard has conducted several vocal workshops around the world, including the Talent Camp at Universal Studios in Orlando, Casting Camp in Los Angeles, and JMC Academy (Berkley School of Music affiliate) in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. Most recently, he released a free THROGA App (available on iOS, Android, Windows, Blackberry and Amazon) and published his first book, the 7 Dimensions of Singing


We talk about:

Who are his mentors?

How to find the right vocal coach.

How to have a good mindset for singing.

How he set the bar high.

What is in the pipelines?

One Song that changed his life?

What does One Voice can change the world mean to him.


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May 18, 2016

I met Caitlin during Selena Soo’s Get Known Get Clients live event in New York. Caitlin has this gift of capturing the room when she speaks. She is smart, a dedicated soul, an inspiration! You can see the passion she has for her work in her eyes and she genuinely wants to help others become better versions of themselves.

Caitlin Padgett is a lifestyle coach for successful women who struggle with alcohol. Whether the goal is to control their drinking through moderation techniques or to eliminate it completely, she offers an individualised program for women find freedom from alcohol, on their own terms.


Here is what we talk about:

  • Caitlin tells us about her powerful work, how did it came about and what was the pivotal time in her life when she decided enough is enough?


  • What are strategies that creative people can tap into their “zone” without having to turn to alcohol?


  • How to deal with friends or letting go of people that don't serve your purpose in life, what would you say to someone who is afraid to let go of what they know and who they know?


  • Dialog that people can use at the work place or events so they can feel comfortable in situations where they are encouraged to drink?


  • There are people who use alcohol to unwind after work or a gig, Caitlin suggest for people to do when they have the urge to use alcohol.


  • What is the song that changed your life and why?


For many years Caitlin felt like she was living a double life.

On the outside, she was an accomplished international advocate, living a jet-set lifestyle that took her around the world working on interesting projects. She projected confidence and a sense of adventure and fun. Yet inside she was struggling.

She was making good money, but spending a ton on after work cocktails, late nights out, bottles of wine as nightcaps, not to mention the pharmaceuticals she thought she needed to keep anxiety and sleeplessness at bay. For years she had been hiding from myself, it was becoming harder to do so. Looking at myself in the mirror, I couldn’t ignore the effects of drinking too much the night before.

But she discovered...

You can redefine your relationship to alcohol, instead of it defining you.

Caitlin says;

“ I now have a life worth remembering every second of.

A life that I WANT.

Instead of copious amounts on bottles of wine, bubbly and cocktails,
I spend money on delicious, nourishing food.

Instead of hazy hungover mornings turning into wasted days,
I wake up with energy, clarity and enthusiasm.

Instead of numbing out stress, anxiety or accumulative shame,
I feel and I deal, and I know that I can handle whatever comes my way.

Instead of intimacy instigated with liquid courage,
I have deeply meaningful intimate relationships

Instead of “pre-gaming” with my girlfriends by downing a bottle (or two) of bubbly before even heading out the door,
I have beautiful rituals that allow my inner beauty to shine. People say I glow! 

She goes on to say;

“It’s possible for you to have a life you want too.

You can have control over your relationship with alcohol. Life doesn’t have to be messy, overly dramatic, or filled with nagging anxiety and self-doubt. While there’s no magic pill, no quick fix, there is a way. 

A way that honours and celebrates your individuality.”

If this is what you want, then connect with Caitlin here:

Sign up here to receive Caitlin’s three-part “Drink Less Success” Video series and as a special bonus you’ll also be the first to receive her 

“How to be awesome without alcohol” video training as soon as it is released!!

This video series is especially relevant to those of us who rely on networking and being active in nightlife for the success of our careers. I know you’ll get a lot out of it!


You can get her book here:

Drink Less Be More: How to have a great night (and life!) without getting wasted 



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May 14, 2016

Dominic is one of Australia's top drummers and is an in demand session musician from Sydney. He works with Sony Music Australia, Warner Music Australia and has performed with artists such as:

Tim Omaji (Timomatic)
Guy Sebastian
Jessica Mauboy
Delta Goodrem
Samantha Jade
Justice Crew
Rob Mills
Stan Walker
Taylor Henderson
Reigan Derry


Jessie J
Nico & Vinz
Josh Groban
Benji Madden
Lea Salonga
Aston Merrygold

Dom regularly appears in television shows and features including X-Factor, The Voice, The ARIA Awards, Young Talent Time, The Morning Show, The Today Show, Sunrise & Mornings. He teaches privately, upon request, and has hosted popular collaborative jam sessions/residencies, where Sydney's creative and performing arts community are of constant attendance.

Dom's first encounter with playing the drums was by getting in trouble with his primary school teacher while banging beats on his little school desk as a child, back in the Philippines. The teacher saw the potential and talent behind the energetic troublesome boy and cultivated it by letting him share his gift, playing a solo marching snare piece for the annual school festival that year. That ignited a flame and passion that would never be extinguished.

Having started with the guitar at the age of 9 and the bass after moving to Australia at the age of 13, Dom has always been exposed to music of all styles, growing up and coming from a family of musicians. He gained experience throughout his teens playing for his youth group all around Australia. These years of being self-taught were very crucial to him, allowing him to find and harness his natural strengths as a musician and discovering his own style, voice and character. Dom would play anything and everything by ear when he listened to the radio/TV, while keeping a special place in his heart for melodic rock.

After being the most prized all-around musician in his high school, Dom finally found home in the drums once again, deciding to make it his full-time instrument. The movement, physicality, style, raw expression, musicality.. everything about the craft made him fall in love with the art of drumming.

Dominic was offered a Bachelor of Music course at the Australian Institute of Music despite not having his Higher School Certificate. During the years of studying and gigging, he has toured, performed and recorded with some of Australia's leading and upcoming talents. He has learnt from some of the world's best musician educators and his studies and exploration has led him to finding a deep passion for experimental music.

Dcd is available for private lessons and is currently regularly playing with Cyrus, SSJ & Jeremy Gregory.

He is proudly endorsed by Sonor Drums, UFiP Cymbals & Silverfox Drumticks.


A couple of years ago, Don had a heavy feeling of incompletion and couldn't shake it off. He had made a career out of playing music in the "city scene" but it felt selfish and distant from the people who raised and nurtured me in the arts. He missed the peers who mentored him and breathed the same passion for music, without ANY money or politics involved.. Just for the pure love of it.

Finally, some friends and Don have the opportunity to give back, reconnect, (hopefully) inspire, and just have a fun old time sharing music with anyone and everyone; the youth groups, the churches, the schools and multicultural families.

"After all, some of the heaviest mf's come from the west ;)
Please join us for some nights of good vibes and let's make the scene back home alive again ;) The West Sessions." Says Don!

May 9, 2016

The next few episodes of One Voice can change the world podcast I will be interviewing amazing guests I met in New York. I was in New York for a conference organised by Selena Soo. During that event I met some visionary entrepreneurs who are set to change the world with their work.

You are going to be inspired by these world-class leaders. 

If you would like to learn more about Selena Soo she actually had a free report that you can download from my show notes. You can learn how she can help you spread your message to the world in an authentic and purposeful way. 

I met our next guests at the event. We also did Selena’s course together. When you hear their story it will inspire you to dream big!

TAY & VAL Award-winning filmmakers and inspirational storytellers from Singapore, Tay and Val are living examples of dreamers who have cycled and traveled across the globe on “Project I Believe That Dreams Can Come True. “

After a chance encounter with a retired 64-year-old train master in Taiwan the girls found out that “Luo Papa” had a dream to cycle around Taiwan, stop at every train station and take a photo. They offered to accompany him to help him realise his dream.

After realising Luo Papa’s dream they kept going and haven’t stopped. They meet people who have realised their dream, also people who are realising their dreams and on the way they share their experiences and pay it forward and a “dream chain”

During this podcast we chat about how they both met, what you do and how your work came about.

They share their journey as artist, Tay being a Filmmaker and Val being a singer, actress and artist.

I absolutely loved their TEDx talk – Dreams Unlimited. You can watch their ted talks here

Tay and Val tell us how they landed the Ted talks, the process and challenges and what was the outcomes.

I dive into their Journey to collect people’s dreams, how they generated Sponsorship and how they planned their trip around the world.

At the end of the day, if you want to follow your dreams make sure it comes from a place of love, of service and it will become more of a reality.

If you enjoyed this episode please like, comment, share.





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Feb 20, 2016

I found Gabe Bondoc to be so humble and so giving of his time. I was only supposed to have a 10min interview but it ended up being much longer which I am so grateful for. He genuinely wanted to help our budding performers out.

Gabe certainly has created a lifestyle and business he truly loves and he is truly proud that he can support his family through music and being creative.

Often we see musicians with a Struggle mindset but what I have come to realise by chatting with Gabe is that when you are a singer/musician who knows he is blessed and who is grateful you won't be in a reactfull or scarcity mode. 

As full time musicians the internet can give us opportunities to reach more people not only in your own backyard but around the world. That is what Gabe has created for himself. He has generated income by working hard, putting in the hours and thinking ahead.

As full time musicians we are known to create something out of nothing.

We can create sources of income with endless possibilities if we just work hard and as Gabe said strive for excellence.

This is what we dive into        

  1. For someone who has over 3 million views on YouTube, tell us how it all came about?  
  2. What 5 tips can you share with our listeners on how to start and grow their YouTube subscribers? Get your Free PDF here:
  3. What do you think of Facebook Live and do you see that as the future or the next big thing? What do you think people should be taking advantage of now?
  4. I have questions from my students 
  • Erica- She asks What made you sing in the first place?
  • Abigail – if you could go back 5 years, what advice would you give yourself?
  • Jodie- "Why don't you ever reveal your wife's identity/face?” 
  1. I have watched your videos and often you have your beautiful little girl, Miss Savannah Kinsley, in the footage, how do you juggle music business and a young family life?
  2. What is one song that changed your life and why
  3. What is your vision?


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Jan 29, 2016


RICO SOTO has been involved in the Entertainment, Music & Marketing Industry since a very young age. As an artist at first, he questioned what type of guidance and assistance new aspiring artist would need to develop their career. After some success with his previous projects, he discovered his passion for artist development and management. Ever since, and throughout the years, Rico has and continues to work alongside artist to nurture and develop their talent and guide them though the complex paths of the music industry with a fresh, honest and self-sufficient approach.


The questions we dive into:

  1. Tell us about what you do?
  1. How did you get into this field in music?
  1. What are 3 important tips that you always remind the singers you mentor?
  1. Who do you look to for inspiration?
  1. Tell us about what you learnt at the event of Apra? Who was there? what are the nuggets you took away from what the speakers had to share?
  1. How can people connect with you?
  1. What is one song that changed your life?
  1. What is in the pipelines for you and your artists? 





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Jan 8, 2016

If your dream is to secure international gigs then this is an episode you need to listen to. 

Prita’s unique sound is ‘Hip-So-Fo’. It combines her love of Hip-Hop, Soul and Folk with the use of a live loop pedal and effortlessly layers funky urban harmonies, acoustic finger picking guitar and beat boxing.

Prita's mission is to inspire people to follow their dreams.  Prita bravely overcame her insecurities and took the pludge to make singing her full time career.  Now she travels the world sharing her music not only in Australia but all around Europe.

We met each other through Denise Duffield's Lucky Bitch Money Bootcamp

Here are the questions I ask:

Tell us about what brought you to where you are now?

Not only are you musically talented what other services do you offer and how did that come about?

We met through Denise's Lucky Bitch community what drew you to her program and what are some of the best things you learnt from the bootcamp?

Tell us which countries music has taken you? For singers who want to travel the world and get gigs just like what you do what are the top 5 essential things to do and how can they go about doing that?

Tell us about your indidgogo campaign?

What have you learnt whist doing this campaign? What would you do differently? What worked for you?

What is one song that changed your life and why?

What are in the pipelines?

How can people find you?

Website :

Instagram :





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Denise Duffield Lucky Bitch Money Bootcamp

Indigogo Crowdfunding 

Outro song: Stronger by Prita Grealy