Research shows singing is not only great fun but it’s also really good for your mental and physical wellbeing. Make friends, learn a new skill and build your confidence… what’s not to like.
If you don’t believe us check out this book Singing for Wellbeing by Kay Norton and research done by the nice people at Canterbury Christchurch University along with The Science of Singing Wellbeing and Health Symposium they organised in 2014.
There is also research gathered by The Royal College of Music Centre for Performance Science at an Eric Whitacre concert.
Another scholarly work is Perspectives on Males and Singing edited by Scott D Harrison et al.